BHOPAL (Madhya Pradesh): Bhopal district recorded 12.3cm rainfall in final 24 hours on Tuesday. It’s highest rain fall within the state, in accordance with meteorological division officers.
Bhopal metropolis recorded 8.14cm rainfall whereas Mandla recorded 5.7cm rainfall.
Equally, Betul recorded 3cm whereas Seoni recorded 2.8cm and Sagar and Umaria recorded 2.5cm every.
Khandwa recorded 2cm and Jabalpur recorded 1.9cm whereas Gwalior recorded 1.8cm rain fall. Pachmarhi recorded 1.7cm and Guna and Narmadapuram recorded 1.6cm every. Malajhkhand recorded 1.5cm and Damoh recorded 1.2cm rainfall in final 24 hours.
Monsoon is lively in total state so rain and thundershowers are probably everywhere in the state in day time on Tuesday, meteorological division officers added.
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