Active Monsoon conditions are still prevailing in many parts of Madhya Pradesh. Since the onset of the Monsoon in Madhya Pradesh, the state has not seen a single day of dry weather condition.
Meanwhile, in the last 24 hours, the rainfall activities have reduced in the State but we expect rain to pick up pace again over entire Madhya Pradesh. The reason being, a trough is extending from Gujarat region up to Bihar across Madhya Pradesh. We expect on and off light to moderate rainfall activities over Madhya Pradesh until September 28.
Post-September 28, the rain intensity would reduce particularly over the Southern and the Central districts. Southern states like Balaghat, Mandla, Seoni, Chhindwara, Betul, Harda, Khandwa, Khargone, Barwani, Dhar and Dewas would see light rain.
The Northern districts of Madhya Pradesh like Rewa, Satna, Tikamgarh, Shivpuri, Guna, and Sagar would continue to observe moderate showers during this period and on September 28.
The Monsoon starts retreating from the western districts of the state of Madhya Pradesh usually by the third week of September and by the first week of October, the Monsoon withdraws from the western parts of Madhya Pradesh. If we talk about the entire state, by October 15 Monsoon usually withdraws.
But this year, we do not expect Monsoon to commence withdrawal until the first week of October from the western parts of the State as some good rain are likely over the region.
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