Bhopal: Anticipating heavy to very heavy rain, thunder, lightning and fall in most parts of Madhya Pradesh, the Meteorological Department has issued orange and yellow alerts. An official of the department gave this information. The Meteorological Department said that during the last 24 hours, Monsoon remained active in entire Madhya Pradesh.
Orange alert for these places
PK Saha, senior meteorologist of the department’s Bhopal office, said on Sunday that in the districts of Ujjain, Indore, Hoshangabad, Gwalior and Chambal divisions of Madhya Pradesh, and in the districts of Rajgarh, Guna, Shivpuri, Sheopur and Ashoknagar, in the next 24 hours. But there is a possibility of lightening and falling with heavy to very heavy rain and thunder, for which an orange alert has been issued.
Yellow alert for these districts
PK Saha said that apart from this, a yellow alert has been issued in Chhatarpur, Anuppur, Balaghat, Tikamgarh and Narsinghpur districts of the state with the possibility of heavy rain and thundershower at isolated places in the next 24 hours. Saha said that both these alerts are from Sunday morning to Monday morning. Along with this, he said that it has been raining in most places of the state for the last three days and during the last 24 hours (from Saturday to Sunday morning), the entire Madhya Pradesh remained active.
Sah said that in the last 24 hours, Anuppur recorded the highest rainfall of 23 cm, while Shamshabad 19 cm, Jharda, Ghatiya and Ganjbasoda 16-16 cm, Natarne, Bankhedi, Mahidpur and Tal 14-14 cm. , Barod, 13 cm in Ramnagar, 12-12 cm in Hatpipalya, Rahatgarh and Amanganj, 11 cm in Dewas, 10-10 cm in Budhni, Sohagpur and Susner, 9 cm each in Sonkachh and Pipariya and Itarsi, Hoshangabad and Eight-eight centimeters of rain fell in Shajapur.