The state of Madhya Pradesh is one of the lucky states which gets affected by the weather systems which form on either side of the coast, be it Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea. However, it is mostly the weather systems developing in Bay which give more weather activities while travelling towards the western direction.
During the last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Raisen recorded a whopping 165 mm of rains, Bhopal saw 154 mm, Khandwa 95 mm, Narsingpur 62 mm, Jabalpur 58 mm, Guna 48 mm, Dhar 47 mm, Indore 37 mm, Khargone 41 mm, Rewa 28 mm, Khajuraho 22 mm.
Even now, a low pressure area which had originated over North Bay of Bengal is affecting the state. The system has already given heavy to very heavy rains over central and southern parts of Madhya Pradesh. Now, the system will move further west and weaken gradually. Now, moderate to heavy showers will continue over West Madhya Pradesh for another 24 hours.
Thereafter, northern districts of the state will continue to witness good rains for subsequent 24 hours or so. Thereafter, due to northward shifting of the axis of Monsoon trough, rains will reduce over southern and central districts of the state.
North and Northeast Madhya Pradesh including Gwalior, Tikamgarh, Sagar, Satna, Siddhi, Rewa may continue to witness scattered rain and thundershower activities in the coming days.
Image Credit: ndtv
Please Note: Any information picked from here must be attributed to skymetweather.com