BHOPAL : Incessant rain continued to lash the state capital on the second consecutive day on Monday. The weatherman attributed the rains to the impact of the Komen cyclone. The rain activities will continue for the next three to four days.
East Madhya Pradesh is most affected by the cyclone though the western parts are also experiencing rain. Due to Komen, it may rain all over the state for the next three to four days.
In Bhopal, the rains which began on Sunday morning continued through Monday. Though the sky was clear during the day but by the evening, it started raining. Warning for heavy rain has also been issued for the eastern part of the state.
As per the meteorological department, heavy to very heavy rain may occur at isolated places over Sagar, Shahdol divisions and Jabalpur, Narsingpur, Mandla and Balaghat district during next 48 hours. Alert has been issued for heavy rain at Mandla, Satna, Damoh, Shahdol, Anuppur, Jabalpur, Shivpur and Raisen districts.
Rain and thundershowers would also occur at most places over Sagar, Shahdol and Jabalpur divisions and Raisen district and at many places over Rewa, Hoshangabad division and in the districts of Bhopal, Vidisha, Gwalior, Ashok Nagar, Shivpuri, Datia and Morena. Depression over Gangatic West Bengal and adjoining Jharkhand has weakened into well-marked low pressure areas and now lay centred on North Chhattisgarh and adjoining areas of Jharkhand and Odisha.