Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and north Maharashtra are set to obtain heavy rain on Tuesday and Wednesday.
In response to the most recent replace offered by the India Meteorological Division (IMD), Monday’s deep melancholy weakened right into a melancholy on Tuesday morning, and was positioned 80 km west-northwest of Jharsiguda, Odisha and east-southeast of Ambikapur in Chhattisgarh (as of 8.30 am on Tuesday).
Gujarat and Odisha have recorded very excessive rainfall (24-hour rainfall) for the second consecutive day. A few of the places in Odisha embrace Talcher – 390mm, Birmaharajpur – 372mm, Tikarpara – 350mm, Sonepur – 280mm. In Gujarat and Saurashtra area, comparable rainfall was recorded over Kalavad – 410mm, Junagad – 210mm, Rajkot – 200mm and Porbandar – 170mm.
As this technique strikes in the direction of west-northwest, the Met division has warned of extraordinarily heavy rain (greater than 204.4mm in 24 hours) over Chhattisgarh and east Madhya Pradesh, heavy rain (64.5mm to 105.5mm in 24 hours) over Odisha, Jharkhand, east Uttar Pradesh, north Konkan and north Madhya Maharashtra, south Gujarat and Saurashtra on Tuesday.
With additional progress of the system within the subsequent two days, rainfall will proceed over these states and rain is forecast over east Rajasthan, Delhi, Chandigarh and Haryana on Wednesday and Thursday.
“The system is prone to weaken right into a well-marked low-pressure system throughout the subsequent 48 hours,” the IMD stated in its Tuesday afternoon bulletin.