This pre-monsoon season, between March 1 and 28, central parts of the country have received excess rainfall of 226%. During the last 24 hours also, scattered rains occurred over Vidarbha, south Chhattisgarh and parts of Madhya Maharashtra. A low-level trough was extending from Kerala to Chhattisgarh across Marathwada and Vidarbha. Moreover, moisture feed was available from the Bay of Bengal as well as from the Arabian Sea.
Now also we expect scattered light to moderate rain and thundershower activities to continue over Vidarbha, adjoining parts of south Madhya Pradesh, south Chhattisgarh and isolated pockets of north Madhya Maharashtra. Day temperatures are expected to remain below normal over these areas.
The weather of Rajasthan, Gujarat and most parts of Madhya Pradesh, as well as north Chhattisgarh, will go dry now. Day temperatures over the above-mentioned areas will increase. Weather will also remain dry. They will be very warm with clear sky and bright sunshine. We do not expect any significant weather activity over Rajasthan Gujarat, rest Madhya Pradesh and not Chhattisgarh for at least one week.