Though the date on Monsoon withdrawal might be nearing close but Monsoon is still running active over the state of Madhya Pradesh. The state has been reeling under flooding rains for quite a long time now.
During the last 24 hours, many places in Madhya Pradesh witnessed moderate showers. Also, a few other places received light rains. While Khajuraho received 37 mm of rains, Damoh recorded 35 mm, Ujjain 34 mm, Indore 14 mm, Sagar 18 mm and Jabalpur recorded 11 mm of rains. Places like Satna Rewa, Sidhi, Raisen, Bhopal, Sheopur and Gwalior also received light scattered rainfall activities.
Now, also we expect moderate showers with isolated heavy spells to continue over eastern and southern districts of the state. Rains will remain comparatively less over northern and western districts. Places like Gwalior, Morena, Datiya, Shivpuri, Shajapur, Guna and Neemuch may receive light rains only.
We expect rains to reduce further by tomorrow. From September 20 onward, the state is likely to witness light rains at many places and moderate at a few places.
However, another Low-Pressure Area is expected to develop over West-central Bay of Bengal around September 24 which will gradually move inland. Thus, rains will once again increase over Madhya Pradesh around September 25.
During that time eastern and southern districts of Madhya Pradesh may get moderate rains with a few heavy spells. These on and off rains might lead to waterlogging at a few places.
Although the intensity of rains will reduce after 48 hours, but the weather is not expected to go completely dry.
Rains along with the prevailing cloudy sky will keep the temperatures under control. Day temperatures are likely to remain below normal and weather will remain comfortable throughout the month.
So, we can say that Monsoon will not withdraw from Madhya Pradesh until end of September.
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