Bhopal: Even as heavy rain alert in some districts are keeping authorities on toes, weatherman said that rainfall activity has weakened in certain parts of the state. The system which was over Madhya Pradesh has lost steam, said Met. The low pressure area over Northwest Madhya Pradesh and adjoining areas has now weakened and another system is expected to be formed at Bay of Bengal in next couple of days.
Weatherman has warned of heavy downpour in districts including Gwalior, Datia, Shivpuri, Guna, Ashok Nagar, Bhind, Morena, Ratlam, Alirajpur, Jhabua, Dhar, Badwani, Khandwa, Khargone and Burhanpur. Besides, many places of various divisions like Bhopal, Jabalpur, Hoshangabad, Rewa, Shahdol and Sagar are likely to experience rain.
Guna recorded 5cm while Thandla, Kurwai and Morena each recorded 4cm rainfall similarly, Sagar, Datia, Sironj, Garoth, Neemuch, Tonkkhurd, Jhabua, Mandsaur each recorded 3cm rainfall in the last 24 hours. Brief spell of light rain provided relief from humidity to the people in state capital on Thursday.
According to meteorological department, East Madhya Pradesh, would get light to moderate rains. There is also likelihood of light rain in pockets at West Madhya Pradesh. However, chances of heavy rain still persist in few districts.
The low pressure area over Northwest Madhya Pradesh and adjoining areas has now weakened. The system is presently seen over northern parts of central Madhya Pradesh. It has been responsible for heavy to extremely heavy rainfall in several parts of Madhya Pradesh over last two days.
The cyclonic circulation is now likely to move eastwards and get further weakened. Eventually the system which has been running in close proximity of Monsoon trough will merge with it. In this process, the rain belt would now also shift.