The state of Chhattisgarh has been witnessing very good rains since last many days, particularly the southern parts such as Bastar district. Heavy showers over the area triggered intense flooding.
At present, Chhattisgarh is rain surplus by 7 percent. Now, as the axis of Monsoon trough is running north of the state, hence rains will reduce significantly over southern and central parts, while northern areas will continue to record moderate showers. In wake of this, the flood situation over Jagdalpur and Bastar will also recover.
The state of Odisha has witnessed heavy rains. This could be attributed to the depression over Coastal Odisha. However, the system has moved towards Madhya Pradesh and weakened into a low pressure area.
The last 24 hours were also of no difference as coastal parts of Odisha as well as one or two interior districts have received light to moderate rains. Rains are now on the reducing mode since last 24 to 48 hours due to westward movement of the system.
Weathermen at Skymet Weather predict light to moderate rains to continue over northern districts of Odisha such as Sundergarh, Sambalpur, Baripada, Balasore, Cuttack and Kendrapara. Places like Malangiri, Koraput and Raygada will have dry weather.
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