During the last 24 hours, Indore has received 76 mm of heavy rains. In fact, many districts of West Madhya Pradesh received moderate to heavy rains. While Dhar recorded 57 mm rains, Bhopal 48 mm, Hoshangabad 53 mm and Shajapur recorded 33 mm rains. Pachmarhi in East Madhya Pradesh also recorded 47 mm rain.
The reason for these rains is the presence of a Cyclonic Circulation over Northeast Madhya Pradesh. Its effect is also being felt over western parts of the state.
Now, we expect these rains to continue over many parts of Madhya Pradesh for at least next three days. Moderate to heavy rains are likely to continue over the state until September 13 as successive weather systems will reach Madhya Pradesh leading to good rains.
However, Southeastern districts will comparatively get less rains as the weather systems will keep moving in northern districts. Moderate to heavy rains are forecast for Central and Northern districts, however, light to moderate rains will continue over Southern and Southeastern districts.
These rains will start reducing after September 13. However, the weather will not go completely dry. Moderate showers might continue over northern districts on September 14 and 15 as well. Thereafter rains will become mostly light.
Indore has not received any heavy rainfall since August 15. On August 15, the city had received 44 mm of rains. Thereafter, on and off rains were going on over the city. Moreover, Indore has not received very heavy rains during the entire month of September in comparison to other parts of the state. This is the heaviest downpour in the month of September over the city. Now, the rains will gradually reduce over Indore as well.
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