Madhya Pradesh is the only state which continued with moderate to heavy showers since last one month. The cyclonic circulations or low-pressure areas that developed over Bay of Bengal moved towards Madhya Pradesh. In fact, yesterday Pachmarhi recorded heavy rain to the tune of 92 mm.
In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Monday, Guan 63.9 mm, Jabalpur 45.8 mm, Mandla 36.4 mm, Bhopal 34 mm, Khajuraho 32.2 mm, Indore 28.4 mm, Rewa 28 mm, Gwalior 21.2 mm, Dhar 20.8 mm, Khandwa 8 mm, Betul 4.4 mm.
The recent depression also travelled across Madhya Pradesh and now lying as a well-marked low-pressure area over North Madhya Pradesh and adjoining Southwest Uttar Pradesh.
Moreover, we expect heavy to very heavy rains over North and Northwest Madhya Pradesh for the next 24 to 48 hours. However, rains over South and East Madhya Pradesh are expected to reduce now significantly.
However, the weather conditions in Madhya Pradesh will not go dry, scattered light rains with few heavy spells will continue over the state throughout the entire month. But due to decrease in intensity of rains, relief is in sight from the ongoing flood like situation in many districts of Madhya Pradesh.
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