Moderate to heavy rains occurred over parts of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan. Well-marked low-pressure area is over southeast Uttar Pradesh. And a low-pressure area is over Southern parts of Haryana. Axis of monsoon trough is extending from Ganganagar to North Bay of Bengal across south Haryana, south Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, and West Bengal.
The combination of all above weather systems is responsible for these heavy rains over Centre parts of the country. Ajmer in Rajasthan recorded 137 mm rain, Jaipur 62, Sawai Madhopur 43, Kota 44, Sheopur in Madhya Pradesh recorded 73 mm rain, Satna 77, Sidhi 71, Ambikapur in Chhattisgarh recorded 76mm and Daltonganj in Jharkhand recorded heavy rain of 117 mm.
The well-marked low-pressure area over SE Uttar Pradesh will move in a westerly direction along southern parts of Uttar Pradesh and will merge with the low-pressure area over South Haryana. Heavy to very heavy rain is possible over western parts of Madhya Pradesh east Rajasthan and some parts of Southwest Rajasthan during next 24 to 48 hours. Moderate showers will continue their after as well for subsequent 48 hours, but intensity will go down to some extent. There will be gradual decrease in rain activities over Chhattisgarh and Eastern parts of Madhya Pradesh and rains will be scattered and light over These areas.
There are chances of flash floods and water logging over many parts of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Northwest Rajasthan and Gujarat will receive light patchy rain only. And rain will remain subdued over these areas.