BhopalOne hour ago
There was heavy rain in the capital Bhopal. Photo- Anil Dixit
On Thursday, the monsoon knocked more rapidly from Betul’s side in Madhya Pradesh. Monsoon has become active in the capital Bhopal. Bhopal received torrential rains on Friday afternoon with strong winds and thunderstorms. About an inch of rain fell in an hour. Water flooded in many places. After this it started raining again at around 9:45 pm.
Apart from this, hail has also fallen in the Bamori area of Guna. The weather is clear in Gwalior, Indore, Hoshangabad, Khandwa. It is sunny here since morning. People are suffering from the heat. At the same time, it is cloudy in Sagar, Chhindwara. The road was closed due to floods on the Dhar river culvert on the Bhopal-Nagpur highway. The ambulance also got stuck. Vehicles began to move when the water subsided.
Clouds camped in Bhopal as soon as it was noon
The weather was clear in Bhopal since morning. By noon, clouds engulfed the entire city. At around 3:30 in the afternoon, the weather became like evening. After that strong winds started blowing. After about 15 minutes it started raining heavily. There was heavy rain in the areas of MP Nagar, Anand Nagar, Ayodhya Nagar, Piplani, Raisen Road, Old Bhopal, Hoshangabad Road etc. About one inch of rain was recorded here in an hour. In the night, it started raining again.
In the afternoon it rained heavily in Bhopal. Photo: Anil Dixit.
Monsoon has also knocked in Vindhya region. It has rained from city to village in Rewa and Satna districts on Thursday. The process of rain which started from around 8.15 o’clock in the night continued till 12 o’clock in the form of drizzle. However, the weather remained clear from Friday morning till evening.
Within 24 hours, the monsoon spread to most of the divisions of Jabalpur, Hoshangabad, Shahdol and Indore, while it has become active in some parts of Bhopal and Sagar.
Ambulance stuck in jam on Nagpur Highway.
Dhar river flooded due to heavy rain, Nagpur highway jammed for 5 hours
With the onset of monsoon in Betul, heavy rains caused floods in the Dhar river located between Betul-Itarsi on Friday, blocking the Abdulaganj-Nagpur highway. The National Highway remained closed for about 5 hours. During this, there was a long queue of vehicles on both sides of the bridge on the highway.
Ambulance carrying a patient from Betul to Bhopal got stuck in the jam. When the water receded, the Bumblebee police of Kesla and Betul started moving vehicles at 2 pm and by 3 pm the traffic was completely smooth. Monsoon has knocked in Betul from June 10. Since Thursday, it has been raining heavily in different parts of the district. The rivers and streams in the hilly areas are coming in spate due to rain.
Dark clouds covered Hoshangabad in the afternoon.
Monsoon reached MP seven days ago
According to the Meteorological Department, it became active in Madhya Pradesh this time seven days ahead of time. Southwest Monsoon is passing through the Northern Limit and Surat, Nandurbar, Raisen, Damoh, Uparia, Pandra Road, Bolangir, Puri. This is the reason that from June 1 to Friday morning, about two inches of rain had fallen in East Madhya Pradesh and about one and a half inches in West Madhya Pradesh.
rain with thunder here
The Meteorological Department has predicted thunder and lightning in most districts of Hoshangabad, Jabalpur and Sagar divisions, many places in Rewa, Shahdol divisions and some districts of Indore, Ujjain, Gwalior and Chambal divisions.
The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert in Hoshangabad.
Yellow alert issued here
In Anuppur, Narsinghpur, Chhindwara, Seoni, Mandla, Balaghat, Sagar, Sehore, Hoshangabad, Betul and Dewas districts, a yellow alert has been issued for flashing and falling lightning with heavy rain at isolated places. Whereas in the districts of Rewa, Indore, Gwalior, and Chambal divisions, Shahdol, Umaria, Dindori, Katni, Jabalpur, Panna, Damoh, Tikamgarh, Chhatarpur, Vidisha, Raisen, Bhopal, Rajgarh, Harda, Ratlam, Ujjain, Shajapur, Agar Nicham And in Mandsaur districts, there may be thunderstorms and strong winds with a speed of 40 km per hour.