State Capital received heavy spell in the early morning hours and later faded away for the whole day on Wednesday. In the past 24 hours State Capital recorded 5 cm of rainfall.
Weatherman said that the formation of system is continuous which is inducing heavy rainfall in the State and State Capital. The trend is different from the past couple of years as formation of low pressure area systems are more frequent this year and for the next one week there is less chance that weather conditions would turn normal.
Warning of heavy to very heavy rainfall has been issued for 35 districts of the state while most of the regions of the state would receive good rainfall. The heavy rainfall has disrupted road connectivity as water bodies have swollen.
Among the nearby region Hoshangabad received the highest rainfall on Wednesday at 12 cm which was recorded till afternoon. North Madhya Pradesh and adjoining southwest Uttar Pradesh have a low pressure area and an associated cyclonic circulation.
Monsoon trough situated over Ganganagar, Alwar, Bhind, Morena, North Madhya Pradesh and adjoining southwestern Uttar Pradesh at the center of low pressure area , Ambikapur, Jamshedpur, Digha and north of Bay of Bengal passing through east towards east. Cyclonic circulation in coastal West Bengal, South Gujarat, a high pressure area over North Madhya Pradesh and Southwest Uttar Pradesh.
Due to the progress of the weather system in the northern direction and the weakening and ineffectiveness of the East West Shear Zone, the intensity of rainfall is expected to remain low in the southeastern districts.
Moderate to heavy rainfall is expected in the central and northern districts of the State, while light to moderate rain may continue in the southern and southeastern districts.
It is estimated that after September 13, this rain will start decreasing. However, the weather will not be completely dry.
Moderate showers may continue over northern districts on 14 and 15 September. After this, the intensity of rain will become lighter.