New Delhi: The Indian meteorological Department has forecast heavy rainfall for several states as a deep depression south Jharkhand and adjoining North Odisha continue to move west-north-westwards. Meanwhile, subdued rainfall patterns over southern parts of Peninsula are likely to continue for the next three days.

“The deep depression has moved north-westwards, now lies on top of Jharkhand. It will weaken gradually. Under its influence, western Odisha districts may see heavy to very heavy rainfall where it still hovers,” said IMD director HR Biswas.

“The deep depression is currently over Odisha but is expected to move to Madhya Pradesh. The state may see very heavy rainfall in the next two days because of the same. Bhopal too will see heavy rainfall tomorrow,” added IMD scientist SN Sahu on Saturday evening.

According to the IMD forecast issued on Saturday afternoon, the deep depression over south Jharkhand and adjoining North Odisha continues to move west-north-westwards across Jharkhand and north Chhattisgarh and then towards north Madhya Pradesh during next 24 hours. It will weaken gradually.

The Met department has forecast fairly widespread or light to moderate rainfall over west and east Madhya Pradesh, east Rajasthan and the ghat areas of madhya Maharashtra on Sunday. Similar weather conditions are also likely to prevail over Vidarbha and Chhattisgarh on Sunday.

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According to the IMD forecast issued on Saturday afternoon, the deep depression over south Jharkhand and adjoining North Odisha continues to move west-north-westwards across Jharkhand and north Chhattisgarh and then towards north Madhya Pradesh during next 24 hours. It will weaken gradually.

The Met department has forecast fairly widespread or light to moderate rainfall over west and east Madhya Pradesh, east Rajasthan and the ghat areas of madhya Maharashtra on Sunday. Similar weather conditions are also likely to prevail over Vidarbha and Chhattisgarh on Sunday.

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