Hailstorm coupled with rains lashed various districts of Eastern MP on Sunday. All of a sudden, weather changed and rained and hail stones lashed Sirmaur area in Rewa. Baikunthpur also experienced the rain and hailstorm in the evening time. In Umaria, nearly 50 villages were affected with hailstorm and rain in the evening.

Standing crops in various villages were damaged due to hailstones. Villages which were worst affected include Indwar, Chilhari, Bamangawan, Ashod, Mehroi, Beldi, Palza, Chandsura, Bhaturwah, Damoy, Basehi, Mungwani, Tikuri. Light rain was also recorded in Sagar and Hoshangabad divisions in last 24 hours hours. Atner recorded 1cm rain.

Weather remained clear in the state capital. However, there was nominal drop in the day’s temperature. Bhopal recorded a maximum temperature of 34.8 degree Celsius. Khajuraho, Hoshangabad and Naogaon recorded 37 degree Celsius which was highest in the state.
According to meteorological department, country is under influence of 5 cyclonic circulations. Change in weather is due to cumulative effect of the cyclonic circulation as wind pattern is south-westerly so they are feeding moisture.

Cyclonic circulation is also observed over northeastern parts of Rajasthan. Another cyclonic circulation lies over East Bangladesh and adjoining South Assam. A third cyclonic circulation is over Southwest Bay of Bengal off Tamil Nadu Coast. A fourth cyclonic circulation persists over North Kerala Coast and adjoining parts of Coastal Karnataka.

An upper air trough is extending from this system to South Konkan Coast. While the fifth cyclonic circulation lies over Southeast Arabian Sea and adjoining Kerala in the lower levels. A cyclonic circulation lies over North Andaman Sea. This system is likely to intensify more in next few days.

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