Bhopal: There was sharp drop of 3.6 degree Celsius in day temperature in the state capital on Saturday. Similarly, Gwalior recorded a drop of 5.6 degree Celsius in day temperature and it was 5.5 degree Celsius below normal. Mandla recorded 4 degree Celsius which was lowest in the state.
Bhopal recorded maximum temperature of 25.6 degree Celsius which was just below normal while it recorded a minimum temperature of 10.1 degree Celsius which was 1.3 degree Celsius below normal. On Friday, Bhopal had 29.2 degree Celsius as day temperature.
Indore recorded a maximum temperature of 26.5 degree Celsius which was 1.2 degree Celsius below normal while it recorded a minimum temperature of 10.8 degree Celsius which was also just below normal. Uneven weather prevailed in the state capital- during the day temperature remains high due to sunny weather but in night, due to various reasons like chilly wind, frostiness still persists.
According to meteorological department, a small trough is seen from Gujarat coast to West Madhya Pradesh. Besides, western disturbance is moving eastward and is at present lying extreme east of Jammu and Kashmir. A cyclonic circulation in the lower levels is seen over West Haryana and its adjoining areas. Another cyclonic circulation is over coastal Maharashtra and adjoining Arabian Sea. A trough is extending from sub Himalayan West Bengal to North Bay of Bengal across Bangladesh. Another trough is seen from Sri Lanka to west-central Bay of Bengal.