Due to the monsoon system activated after Sawan, continuous rains have continued in the state for the last three days. Due to this, the river streams of the state are in spate. Many villages have been cut off from the district headquarters. Moorrooms and mud passages have been completely damaged. Roads in the major cities of the districts became impure and water filling in the houses became a pond-like sight. On Friday, 1052.9 mm of rain has been recorded in the entire state. While 901 mm is normal rainfall. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in the next 24 hours as well.
According to the Meteorological Department, there is a low pressure area in the northern part of Chhattisgarh, which is located above Madhya Pradesh. Along with this, the cyclical cyclone of air is situated at a height of 7.6 km. The monsoon Dronika Ganganagar, Narnaul, Shivpuri and low pressure areas extend to Midnapore and then to the southeast, extending to the Bay of North Bengal. According to meteorologist HP Chandra, light to moderate rain or thunderstorms are likely to occur in many places in the state on August 29. There is a possibility of heavy rains in the western districts of Bilaspur and Surguja divisions and in the districts north of Durg division. There is a flood situation in the villages of Dhamtari district due to continuous rains. The four dams of the district, Gangrel, Dudhawa, Sondhur, Babu Chhotalal Srivastava dam (Murroomsili dam), continued to receive water inward. With the increase in water logging, 20 thousand cusecs of water can be released from the dam to the river. All the villagers along the river have been asked to be vigilant