The states of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh are all set to witness rain and thundershower activities on March 13 and 14. These rains will be a result of a Confluence Zone that will develop over the central parts of Madhya Pradesh and extend up to Gangetic West Bengal.
According to Skymet Weather, rains will first touch eastern and southeastern parts of Madhya Pradesh and gradually spread to cover parts of Chhattisgarh. The intensity is expected to be more on March 14 over both the states.
Places like Mandla, Balaghat, Seoni, Umaria, Shahdol and Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh along with Korea, Ambikapur, Bilaspur and Rajnandgaon in Chhattisgarh stand a chance to witness scattered rain and thundershower activities, while rain over Bhopal and Indore will be light and isolated.
March 15 onward, the weather will start clearing up, until the formation of another Confluence Zone which is expected to develop around March 17. This Confluence Zone will initiate rain and thundershower activities once again over parts of East Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, with stronger intensity on March 18.
During this period, we expect moderate to heavy spells over both the states. Chances of hailstorm with squally winds cannot be ruled out either. There is also a possibility of crop damage as a result of high wind speed along with rains and hailstorm activities. After March 18, the developed Confluence Zone will move away eastwards, and the weather will completely become dry.
This year, unseasonal rains have been making frequent appearances over both the states of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. Usually, the central parts of the country observe least weather activity during the month of March, while during the Pre-Monsoon Season i. e. between April and May the weather activity is at its peak. However, this time, back to back weather systems have given good rainfall in most parts of the country including Central India.
Also read this in Hindi- मांडला, जबलपुर, अंबिकापुर, बिलासपुर में 13-14 मार्च को बारिश के आसार
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