A low pressure area lying over south-west MP was causing the wet spell, IMD Bhopal office's senior meteorologist G D Mishra said.
The state sent a detailed 140-page report to the Centre detailing the havoc wreaked by the floods in August first week.
Heavy rains and flooded rivers continued to claim lives and damage property in the Gwalior-Chambal region of Madhya Pradesh on Friday.
The orange alert - forecasting heavy to very heavy rain (measuring between 64.5 and 204 mm) at isolated places and valid till Saturday morning - has been issued for five districts.
Coming to know about around nine villagers being stuck atop the village panchayat building since Tuesday night, the home minister travelled by the SDRF boat to the spot in Kotra village.
While two NDRF teams are already engaged in rescue operations and three more have been sent from Varanasi and Lucknow in UP.
As of 7:40 pm, no loss of life had been reported from any part of the state due to the rains, Sub Inspector Rawat said.
The IMD also sounded an ''orange alert'' for heavy to very heavy showers till Monday morning in 16 other districts.
Rain or thunderstorm with showers were likely in most of the ten divisions of the state.
The IMD also issued a yellow alert for thunderstorms with lightning and gusty winds at speeds of 40-50 kilometres per hour in isolated places of nine divisions till Tuesday morning.