The Low Pressure Area persisting in the central parts of the country has been practically stationary for quite a while now, only oscillating a little bit from its position. The weather system is currently over North Madhya Pradesh and adjoining Southwest Uttar Pradesh.
During the next four days or so, the low pressure will not move much and persist giving rains over both Madhya Pradesh as well as Uttar Pradesh. Its peripherals will also give some rains over Southeast Rajasthan tomorrow and day after tomorrow.
Moreover, rains are also expected in Delhi and the NCR region starting tomorrow with very light intensity furthermore slightly increasing on September 14 and 15.
Thereafter, the system is expected to fill up furthermore, spreading around September 16 during when rains will vacate Delhi and the NCR region.
The system is then expected to move eastwards and thereafter, rains will once again be seen over the eastern parts of the country.
Moreover, starting September 16, parts of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar as well as West Bengal will see good rains and these showers are expected to continue for a few more days.
This Low Pressure has been hanging around the central parts of the country for quite a while now and rains have been lashing Madhya Pradesh for more than a week now. However, as the system moves eastwards, rains will reduce over Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.
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