BHOPAL: Night temperature continued to soar in the state on intervening period of Sunday night and wee hours of Monday morning.
The meteorological department said rise in minimum temperature is the impact of western disturbance present over Rajasthan. “It’s a temporary phase. Minimum temperature will fall again,” a department official said.
The maximum rise in night temperature of 4 degrees was recorded in Dhar. Raisen recorded rise of 3 degrees Celsius in night temperature that settled at 13 degrees Celsius. Umaria recorded rise of 3.3 degrees in night temperature and settled at 8.5 degrees Celsius.
Bhopal recorded minimum temperature of 15.3 degrees Celsius after rise of 0.9 degree while Indore recorded night temperature of 18.4 degrees Celsius after rise of 1.1 degrees.
Gwalior registered rise of 2.7 degrees before settling at 10 degrees Celsius while Rajgarh recorded night temperature of 15.8 degrees Celsius after rise of 2.6 degrees.
Mandla registered minimum temperature of 6.6 degrees Celsius after rise of 2 degrees while Sidhi recorded rise of 3 degrees at 10 degrees Celsius. Satna recorded rise of 2.4 degrees and settled at 9.4 degrees Celsius.