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July dry spell in MP to be over soon, predicts MeT

After a lull of few days the, rainfall is likely to lash several parts of the state in next few days, the regional meteorological centre, Bhopal has predicted. A low pressure area, developing over the Bay of Bengal, will bring rain and thundershower they said.

bhopal Updated: Jul 07, 2015 22:55 IST
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After a lull of few days the, rainfall is likely to lash several parts of the state in next few days, the regional meteorological centre, Bhopal has predicted.

A low pressure area, developing over the Bay of Bengal, will bring rain and thundershower they said.

July has remained mostly dry with a few parts of the state receiving sporadic rainfall. With this, hot and humid weather has returned to hit normal life.

The metereological office has predicted rain and thundershower at several places in Chambal and Rewa division, besides Gwalior, Datia, Tikamgarh, Chhattarpur and Panna districts in next 24 hours.

Isolated rain would be witnessed in Bhopal, Ujjain, Gwalior and Hoshangabad divisions. Other parts of the state may also witness scattered rainfall, MeT office said.

Meanwhile, cloudy conditions on Tuesday brought relief to Bhopal. The maximum temperature dropped from 34.7 degrees Celsius to 31.7 degrees Celsius.

The state has already witnessed 20% excess monsoon in June. With 165.9mm of rainfall, Bhopal received 48% excess showers.