Many parts of Central India particularly Madhya Pradesh Vidarbha, and Chhattisgarh have been witnessing unseasonal rainfall for the last few days. These unseasonal rains will continue over parts of Madhya Pradesh for another 24 to 48 hours.
However, rainfall intensity will decrease. The reason for this weather activity can be attributed to the formation of a Confluence zone over Madhya Pradesh. The dry winds from the Northwest are merging with easterly and south-easterly humid winds from the Bay of Bengal.
November and December are considered as dry months for Madhya Pradesh and adjoining areas of Central India. Weather is expected to go dry from December 5th over most parts of Central India. Currently, a cyclone is brewing up in the Bay of Bengal and winds will be from east Delhi direction over most parts of East and Central India. These humid easterly winds will not allow the temperature to drop. The impact of cyclone will fade away by December 6th and dry and cold winds from Northwest will commence leading to a fall in temperatures.