Monsoon has remained active for the last many days in Madhya Pradesh. Although, rain was more visible in the southern parts of the state as in contrast with the northern districts of Madhya Pradesh. As of now also, Madhya Pradesh is likely to continue witnessing rains for at least another 2-3 days.
Despite these rains, as on September 17, both the regions of Madhya Pradesh are rainfall deficient. Though, the rainfall deficiency that stands at 29% in East Madhya Pradesh as in contrast with West Madhya Pradesh that is 20% rainfall deficient.
In the last 24 hours also, many parts of the state, mainly the western region of Madhya Pradesh have recorded good rains. In the span of 24 hours, from 08:30 am on Sunday, Ratlam recorded 47 mm of rains, Betul 30 mm, Guna 30 mm, Ujjain 27 mm, Seoni 20 mm, Chhindwara 14 mm and Indore observed 1 mm of rains. While Bhopal failed to record any rainy spells.
Skymet Weather predicts that a cyclonic circulation is seen over Odisha coast which is likely to move towards Chhattisgarh and East Madhya Pradesh after 24 hours. Thus, Madhya Pradesh, mainly the eastern districts of the state such as Jabalpur, Balaghat, Damoh, Khandwa, Mandla, Seoni, Umaria may brace for some moderate to heavy rains.
Because these rains, the prevailing rainfall deficiency across East and West Madhya Pradesh is expected to curtail down.
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