The recent rains in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh were observed between January 23 to 26 because of the Western Disturbance and its induced cyclonic circulation which was quite strong in nature. Once again, the state of Madhya Pradesh and adjoining Chhattisgarh would witness wet spells initiating from February 6 which would go on up till February 7.
The irony is that, then solely the eastern part of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh witnessed rains. Now, another Western Disturbance will approach and its an induced Cyclonic Circulation would be over Rajasthan which would gradually shift eastward. A trough will extend from this induced Cyclonic Circulation to northeast Madhya Pradesh and north-east Chhattisgarh. Hence, once again bringing rains over eastern parts of Madhya Pradesh tagging along Chhattisgarh.
Till date, Madhya Pradesh has been rain deficient by 65% whereas Chhattisgarh is rain surplus by 29%. Isolated light rain is a possibility over Gwalior and its adjoining areas. Light rains will be seen over Satna, Rewa and Umaria. The intensity is expected to go up by February 7 and more rains will be seen over Rewa, Satna, Siddhi, Umaria and Katni on this particular date. Places like Balrampur, Ambikapur, Raigarh, Raipur and Durg would witness light to moderate rains with one or two heavy spells on February 7 and 8.
By February 9, weather would start clearing up. The rain deficiency in Madhya Pradesh won’t see any significant change whereas in Chhattisgarh the surplus value might see an uprising trend.
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