A Western Disturbance is currently moving across the western Himalaya and an induced system can still be seen as a cyclonic circulation up to 1.5 km in east Rajasthan. Both the system will become insignificant in 24 hours however, the moisture incursion over central parts of the country will continue for another 24 hours, giving light rain in northeast Madhya Pradesh, east Uttar Pradesh and north Bihar.
This spell of rain that has lasted for three days and is likely to cease after 24 hours would be extremely beneficial for the wheat crop in the region. After Punjab and Haryana, Central India including parts of Uttar Pradesh are the main wheat producing areas. Madhya Pradesh is popular across the country for its quality of wheat.
On an average 2-3 mm of rainfall has been recorded in the region in the last three days. For instance Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh received 9 mm of rain on January 25, while 2 mm of rain was recorded on January 26. Similarly, Satna witnessed 3 mm of rain on January 26.
In Uttar Pradesh Lucknow received 7 mm of rain while, Gorakhpur recorded 0.7 mm of rainfall. Patna, the capital of Bihar also recorded traces of rain on January 26. This clearly explains that rainfall in the last three days has been light and widespread. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India the situation in the region is going to prevail for another 24 hours after which the weather will clear.