Rains have reduced significantly over Madhya Pradesh during the last 24 hours. Only some light to moderate rains have occurred at a few places. While Ujjain received 19 mm of rains, Khajuraho 21 mm and Indore recorded 8 mm of rains. On or two places like Shajapur also managed to receive some heavy rains accounting to 78 mm.
Now, we expect these rains to reduce further over the state. Only light rains with one or two moderate spells are expected to continue until tomorrow i.e. September 22.
Thereafter, on September 23, we expect rains to increase over eastern parts of Madhya Pradesh. By September 24, again many parts of Madhya Pradesh might receive light to moderate rains. Heavy rains might also occur at one or two places. However, any very heavy rains or flooding is being ruled out as of now.
Looking at the forecast for the rest of the month, we do not expect the weather to go dry over Madhya Pradesh anytime soon. On and off rains are likely to continue throughout the month. Moreover, we expect the rains to continue during the first week of October as well.
Usually, Monsoon starts withdrawing from the western parts of Madhya Pradesh from September 15 onward. However, this year, the delayed withdrawal of Monsoon will lead to continuous rain activities over the state until the month’s end. Monsoon will not withdraw until the end of September from Madhya Pradesh.
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