Unseasonal rains have lashed many parts of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan as well as Gujarat. Usually, right from the month of November, the northern systems start to move from west to east systems in association with the Northeast Monsoon move from east to west.
When these systems get aligned over the landmass, along the West Coast, that is when the interaction between two systems takes place. Moreover, it is only because of these systems that the central parts of the country see rain otherwise these regions do not see rains during this time of the season.
Hoshangabad, Betul, Seoni, Chhindwara and large parts of Vidarbha and Marathwada Parbhani, Beed have recorded good rainfall activities. Light rains have been seen in Madhya Maharashtra.
As of now, weather conditions have improved over Gujarat. Rains will continue over southern parts of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra for at least the next three to four days, spilling over to North Chhattisgarh.
In fact, with strong winds will be seen. As we proceed towards the weekend or so, it will become milder and the spread will also start shrinking and get over by the 4th or so due to a potential storm in the Bay of Bengal.