Gentle Rain Alert Issued For State; Brace For One other Chilly Spell

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): The climate division has issued a lightweight rain alert in Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday. Some components of the Sagar, Rewa, and Shahdol divisions might expertise scattered gentle rain. After the passage of cyclonic circulation and a trough line, northern winds are anticipated to return to the area. This can mark the start of a speedy chilly spell ranging from Wednesday.

On Tuesday morning, fog and mist enveloped 16 cities within the state, together with Gwalior and Jabalpur. Previous to this, on Sunday, there have been situations of each heavy and light-weight rain in Malajkhand, Umaria, Seoni, Mandla, Jabalpur, Chhindwara, and Pachmarhi, whereas on Monday, clouds lingered over a number of cities, together with Bhopal. Within the night, Bhopal additionally witnessed fog.

The change in climate in state is due to cyclonic circulation system and the passage of a trough line close to South Gujarat. In keeping with Dr. Ved Prakash Singh, Senior Scientist on the Bhopal Meteorological Division, these methods are inflicting a change within the climate within the state. After the passage of the system, northern winds will begin blowing once more, resulting in a rise in chilly circumstances.

On Monday, the daytime temperatures elevated in a number of cities throughout the state. The utmost temperatures recorded had been 26.9 levels Celsius in Bhopal, 28.6 levels Celsius in Indore, 24.5 levels Celsius in Gwalior, 28 levels Celsius in Jabalpur, and 28.5 levels Celsius in Ujjain. In the meantime, the night time temperatures on Sunday-Monday dropped to a minimal of seven.6 levels Celsius in Gwalior, with different cities recording temperatures above 12 levels Celsius.

On Monday, Nowgong remained the coldest within the state with a daytime temperature of 23.4 levels Celsius. Khajuraho, Tikamgarh, and Pachmarhi recorded temperatures beneath 25 levels Celsius. Dhar, Damoh, Umaria, Narmadapuram, and Khandwa recorded temperatures above 29 levels Celsius, with Khandwa being the best at 31.5 levels Celsius.

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