In the next 24 hours, a depression over northeast Madhya Pradesh will deteriorate into a clearly defined low-pressure region, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). The low over northeast Madhya Pradesh moved 14 kmph west-northwest during the previous six hours, centering roughly 70 km to the north-northeast of Damoh.
In its most recent bulletin, the Met department predicted that the system would "continue to move west-northwestwards across north Madhya Pradesh and weaken into a Well Marked Low Pressure Area during the next 24 hours."
The system is anticipated to provide rain to the majority of locations, with isolated locations over west Madhya Pradesh and east Rajasthan experiencing heavy to extremely heavy rainfall. On Monday, isolated locations in Madhya Maharashtra and East Madhya Pradesh, South Uttar Pradesh, West Rajasthan, and North Gujarat are likely to see heavy to very severe precipitation.
The weather forecasting organisation forecasted rain for the following day in most places, with heavy to extremely heavy rain in a few isolated locations over south Rajasthan and neighbouring north Gujarat. Over Madhya Maharashtra, isolated areas are likely to get heavy rains. Southwest Rajasthan is expected to have rain on August 24 in most regions, with isolated areas experiencing heavy precipitation.