Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Monsoon is expected to arrive in Madhya Pradesh by June 15. It has arrived in Mumbai so it takes five days to arrive in Madhya Pradesh.
Senior meteorological officer GD Mishra said monsoon arrives between June 15 to June 20 in Madhya Pradesh. “It has arrived in Mumbai. So, after five days, it is likely to arrive in state,” he added.
South-east Madhya Pradesh is likely to receive rain in next 24 hours as moisture feeding continues from Maharashtra. Many parts received moderate rain in last 24 hours. Bhopal recorded 57.4 mm rainfall while Raisen recorded 54.2mm and Chhindwara recorded 51.2 mm rainfall in last 24 hours.
Similarly, Jabalpur recorded 26.6 mm, Betul recorded 20.4 mm while Sagar recorded 11.2 mm and Damoh recorded 31.5mm. Satna recorded 3 mm while Umaria recorded 5.4 mm and Narsinghpur recorded 4 mm and Pachmarhi recorded 2 mm of rainfall.
A cyclonic circulation is present over Central Pakistan. Another cyclonic circulation is over south-east Rajasthan. A trough is extending from Central parts of Uttar Pradesh to Bangladesh. Another trough prevails from east Bihar to north coast of Odisha. All these will cause rain in state in next 48 hours
An offshore trough is extending from the Maharashtra coast to the Kerala coast. A low-pressure area is expected to form over the North Bay of Bengal by June 11.