Betul, Mandla, Seoni, Pachmarhi to get more rains for next 24 hours

Betul, Mandla, Seoni, Pachmarhi to get more rains for next 24 hours

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Rain in Madhya Pradesh

The state of Madhya Pradesh has been receiving good rains since last few days. All thanks to the significant weather conditions prevailing over the state. With this, light rains have been occurring over most parts of Madhya Pradesh. Besides this, southern districts of Madhya Pradesh have been witnessing moderate intensity rains.

In a span of last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Betul recorded moderate rainfall of 28 mm, Raisen 15 mm, Pachmarhi 13 mm, Jabalpur 6.4 mm and Seoni 5 mm.

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The reason for such rains can be attributed to a cyclonic circulation which is seen over Madhya Maharashtra region. Another cyclonic circulation is seen persisting over Odisha and adjoining areas.

Due to the effect of this weather system, light to moderate rain and thundershower activities are likely to continue over southern districts of Madhya Pradesh for another 24 hours.

Thereafter, the intensity of these rains is expected to reduce gradually but southern parts of Madhya Pradesh will continue to witness scattered light rains.

Moreover, from October 13 onwards, the weather over the entire state of Madhya Pradesh will become dry. With this, the day temperatures are likely to rise once again over the state and may reach up to 30 degrees Celsius mark.

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Meanwhile, the western districts of Madhya Pradesh such as Ujjain, Ratlam, Una, Bhopal, and Indore along with some of the northern regions of the state such as Shivpuri, Gwalior, and Tikamgarh will continue to reel under dry and very warm weather conditions.

In the meantime, the southern districts of the state such as Pachmarhi, Betul, Seoni, Malanjkhand, Mandla, Hoshangabad and Khandwa will witness good rains for next 24 hours.

As on October 9, the sub-divisional rainfall distribution statistics show that Madhya Pradesh is rain deficient by 67%.

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