There has been quite a decent spell of unseasonal and unusual rains over many parts of Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat as well as Madhya Pradesh. These rainfall activities have been widespread in nature with heavy rainfall being recorded over many areas including Khargone 84 m, Dhar 50 mm, Washim 66 mm, and Parbhani 77 mm.
These rainfall activities have been attributed to 2 opposite moving systems including an easterly trough along with the embedded cyclonic circulation along the Gujarat coast as well as an anticyclone on the other side. Western disturbances have also been on the northern side which has added to these rainfall activities.
The confluence zone still remains due to which Southwest Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha as well as Maharashtra and Marathwada are expected to see rainfall activities. After today, rainfall is expected to vacate Rajasthan and Gujarat and only light rainfall is expected today.
Parts of Maharashtra including Vidarbha and Marathwada will continue seeing rains with the possibility of hailstorms. Extreme southern parts of MP will see rains. In fact, rains in Maharashtra will continue until November 29th.