Bhopal: Parts of Madhya Pradesh to get rain, gusty wind in next 24 hours

BHOPAL: There were drop of two degree Celsius in day as well as night temperature in the state capital. Indore recorded a drop of 3 degree Celsius in day temperature.  Hails lashed Dindori on intermittent night of Friday and Saturday. It was heavy hails storm in the district. Various places experienced rain in the last 24 hours. Anuppur and Kotma recorded 2cm rainfall while Pushparajgarh and Amarkantak each recoded 1cm rain fall.

Various districts of Rewa, Shahdol, Jabalpur divisions are likely experience rain in the next 24 hours. Besides, Vidisha, Raisen, Hoshangabad, Sagar Damoh and Harda districts are likely to experience rain with gusty wind in the next 24 hours. Bhopal may experience light rain. Bhopal recorded a maximum temperature of 31 degree Celsius which was 2.6 degree Celsius below normal while it recorded a minimum temperature of 15.4 degree Celsius which was 1.8 degree Celsius below normal.

Indore recorded a maximum temperature of 31.6 degree Celsius which was 2.6 degree Celsius below normal while it recorded a minimum temperature of 16.4 degree Celsius which was just below normal. According to meteorological department, a confluence zone has developed from eastern parts of Madhya Pradesh up to Gangetic West Bengal. Also, a trough is extending from East Madhya Pradesh to Marathwada across Vidarbha. Therefore, scattered rains are expected to occur over eastern parts of Madhya Pradesh.

During the last 24 hours, isolated rains have already occurred over Eastern parts of Madhya Pradesh. Now, rainfall activity is expected over East Madhya Pradesh. One or two moderate spells during the next 48 hours cannot be ruled out in the region. After 48 hours, East Madhya Pradesh will also start experiencing dry weather conditions and the temperatures may drop by 2 to 3 degrees.

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