Bhopal: After the gap of a week, monsoon will again get vigorous over parts of Madhya Pradesh in next 24 hours. Weatherman attributed this development to the axis of monsoon trough passing through Kapurthala, Karnal, Meerut, Bareilly, Daltonganj, Digha towards Northwest Bay of Bengal. A few places recorded heavy rain in last 24 hours in the state. Heavy rain is likely at isolated places over Tikamgarh, Chhatarpur, Vidisha, Ashok Nagar, Rajgarh, Hoshangabad, Sagar, Jabalpur, Narsingpur, Raisen and Damoh districts.

Jabalpur recorded 11cm rainfall while Khajuraho recorded 8cm, and Suhagpur and Pushparajgarh recorded 5cm rainfall each in last 24 hours. Sidhi, Rehali, Dindori, Amarkantak and Panna recorded 3cm rainfall each. In Bhopal, temperature also came down a notch and it was below normal. It recorded a maximum of 27.2 ° C which was 2 ° C below normal while the minimum temperature of 24.4 ° C was 1 ° C above normal. Indore recorded a maximum temperature of 29.0 ° C which was 1 ° C above normal while the minimum was 22.4 ° C, which was normal.

However, day temperature was above normal at Gwalior. The city recorded a maximum temperature of 35.5° C, which was 3° C above normal while it recorded a minimum of 25.7° C, which was 1° C above normal. According to meteorological department, monsoon will remain active in Madhya Pradesh. However, rainfall in Central India is normal so far.  There was break in rains in the last week but now it is going to be active again.

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