The withdrawal of monsoon has started from Madhya Pradesh. The Meteorological Department on Saturday announced the departure of monsoon from Morena and Sheopur Kalan. There may also be departure from Ujjain, Gwalior and Chambal divisions in the next 3-4 days. Monsoon will withdraw from MP before October 10.
At the same time due to continuous rise in water in Bargi Dam of Jabalpur on Sunday, five gates have been opened by half a meter each. So far this monsoon, the gates of Bargi Dam have been opened four times. Due to an increase in water level, water was overflowing and coming out from the gate of the dam. According to Bargi Dam management, currently Bargi Dam is filled with 3240 Mcum water. The water level of the dam is currently 423 meters.
However, light rain will continue in the state for the next few days. On Sunday, there may be moderate to heavy rain in Singrauli, Sidhi, Rewa, Satna, Anuppur, Dindori and Balaghat districts.
Monsoon entered MP on June 24, while monsoon became active in the state on June 25. Meteorologist said that the monsoon period lasts from June to September. Of these, there is heavy rain in July and August. Although this time there was no heavy rain in these two months, but due to the activation of a strong system in September, the rainfall figure came to par.
Met told that due to the system forming in the Bay of Bengal, there is a possibility of light or moderate rain from October 1 to 3. After that the humidity may increase further.
Around 0.42 inches of water fell in Umaria, 0.18 inches in Chhindwara, 0.08 inches in Mandla, 0.003 inches in Seoni.
The effect of heat was seen in Bhopal, Indore, Ujjain.
The mercury reached 36 degrees in Guna. The temperature in Gwalior, Narmadapuram, Ujjain, Khajuraho was 35 degrees or more.
The mercury was recorded up to 34 degrees in Damoh, Sagar, Satna, Sidhi, Tikamgarh, Ratlam and Shivpuri.
Six districts of Madhya Pradesh – Guna, Ashoknagar, Damoh, Satna, Rewa and Sidhi are in the red zone. Rest of the districts have received good rains.
Madhya Pradesh has received an average of 37.22 inches of rain from June 1 to September 30, whereas 37.38 inches of water was expected to fall. Accordingly, rainfall has reduced by 0.4 percent. The eastern part has received 4% less rainfall and the western part has received 3 percent more rainfall.
The rainfall figure in Narsinghpur is more than 51 inches. It has rained the most here. Jhabua, Burhanpur, Khargone, Narsinghpur, Seoni, Niwari, Ratlam, Bhind, Ujjain, Rajgarh, Dhar, Alirajpur, Barwani, Khandwa, Katni, Chhindwara, Dewas, Sheopur, Harda, Betul and Anuppur districts have received more than normal rainfall.
Jabalpur, Sehore, Mandla, Balaghat, Dindori, Shivpuri, Datia, Sagar, Tikamgarh, Neemuch, Agar-Malwa, Morena and Shahdol districts have received more than 90 percent rainfall than normal.