Madhya Pradesh received light to moderate rainfall activity during the last 24 hours. In fact, the eastern parts of the state saw more intensified rains than the western parts. Jabalpur recorded moderate rain to the tune of 39 mm.
In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Monday, Mandla recorded 18 mm of rain, followed by Gwalior 14.2 mm, Satna 13 mm, Sagar 8 mm, Khajuraho 6.6 mm, Betul 6.4 mm, Pachmarhi 4 mm, Bhopal 2.2 mm, Umaria 2.2 mm, Khandwa 2 mm, Indore 1.8 mm and Dhar 0.6 mm.
Now, the well-marked low-pressure area which is over Odisha will move west/northwestwards across Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh region. this system along with Monsoon trough will result in widespread rains i.e. heavy to very heavy rains over the entire state of Madhya Pradesh.
Rainfall activity is expected to commence in East Madhya Pradesh and then move towards the western parts of the state during the next 24 hours. Southern half of Madhya Pradesh, especially the southwestern districts will witness very heavy rains.
Places such as Ratlam, Ujjain, Dhar and Indore are likely to observed heavy rain showers. Moreover, these heavy rains may lead to localized flood like situation in few parts.
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