A series of weather systems have been affecting the state of Madhya Pradesh for the last many days, bringing in the varied intensity of rains over the state. These rains were sturdy enough and resulted in flooding most parts of the state, majorly affecting the eastern half of the state.
On the last day as well, almost the entire state experienced widespread rains, however, parts of East Madhya Pradesh experienced more showers in contrast with parts of West Madhya Pradesh. In the last 24 hours, from 08:30 am on Thursday, Datia recorded 46 mm of rains, Hoshangabad 37 mm, Gwalior 14 mm, Guna 13 mm, Bhopal 5 mm, Jabalpur 3 mm, Sagar 3 mm, Indore 3 mm and Khajuraho witnessed 2 mm of rains.
As per Skymet Weather, due to continuous flooding rains, West Madhya Pradesh is rainfall surplus by 23%. East Madhya Pradesh, on the other hand, is witnessing normal rains with a minor deficit of 2%.