In the last 24 hours from 8.30 am on Wednesday, Jagdalpur received 10.7 mm of light rain, Ambikapur 9.5 mm, and Bilaspur and Raipur received 1 mm of rain. In the same span of time, Umaria in Madhya Pradesh witnessed 1.2 mm. As per Skymet Weather, it is anticipated that the rain intensity will increase and it is said to be a revisit of Monsoon rains.
A cyclonic circulation has formed over coastal parts Odisha and adjoining North West Bay of Bengal and is extending up to upper tropospheric level. This weather system will intensify further and would move in a westerly direction, thus enhancing rainfall activities over the states.
The southern parts of Chhattisgarh will receive moderate at heavy showers at some places such as Jagdalpur, Bastar, and Raipur. Northern parts will continue with light to moderate rains. Mainly cloudy to over cast sky will prevail and the weather will be comfortable. With the upcoming hefty rains there flooding may occur over the southern parts of Chhattisgarh.
The hefty rains will continue for the next 48 hours, the rain intensity will decrease. In Madhya Pradesh, rain will increase initially over southeastern and parts such as Seoni, Mandla, and Umarai and will gradually cover the entire state after 24 hours.
Light to moderate with isolated heavy rain will occur over the region then a reduction in rain will be witnessed. Temperatures will reduce due to rainfall activities. At present Chhattisgarh is rain deficient by 11 percent, West Madhya Pradesh by 20 percent and East Madhya Pradesh by 21 percent of rain. The deficiency may reduce with the upcoming fresh spell of rains.
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