Bhopal, July 30: Two bridges were washed away in Deori district of Madhya Pradesh on Saturday due to continuous rainfall in the region. As a result, the locals in the area are facing problems in commuting and travelling from one place to another. At least three villages are affected due to the bridge being washed away and continuous heavy rainfall. Meanwhile, the locals in the area are helping the people stuck near the bridge.
As per Skymet Weather forecast, in a span of last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Guna recorded 96.4 mm, Bhopal 44.8 mm, Ujjain 29.6 mm, Satna 15.4 mm and Khandwa 11 mm of rainfall. With this, flood threat has once again made a comeback over Madhya Pradesh. The intensity of rains was seen more over East Madhya Pradesh than over West Madhya Pradesh.
The weather forecast predicts a rise in water level of rivers in West Madhya Pradesh and North Madhya Pradesh. The water level of river Betwa increased, as reported by ANI. The increase in river water level and continuous heavy rains might trigger flood-like situation in the surrounding region.
Water-level in river Betwa rises, Madhya Pradesh
However, the weather forecast predicts that cities such as Bhopal, Guna, Satna, Ujjain, Indore and Gwalior are expected to witness reduced rainfall activities. The intensity of rainfall is likely to reduce over these places.