Leaves shed in early summer in Bhopal.
Leaves shed in early summer in Bhopal.
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BHOPAL: A sharp rise in the day temperature was recorded after a sharp drop in the night temperature on Saturday. Many parts of the state experienced rain and hailstorms in the past 24 hours with gusty winds. Now, the weather will be clear for the next four to five days in the state.

GD Mishra, senior officer, meteorological department, said, “Before the arrival of the rainy season in the country, pre-monsoon rainfall activities in different parts have started. These pre-monsoon activities continue during the months of March-April and May. During these three months in the pre-monsoon season, there is a possibility of thunderstorms, lightning, light thunderstorms, hail and many such activities.”

Gwalior recorded a rise of 7.4 degrees Celsius in the day temperature, which settled at 32.2 degrees Celsius, while it recorded a sharp drop of 4.5 degrees Celsius in the night temperature at 15.0 degrees Celsius. Guna recorded a rise of 5.8 degrees Celsius in the day temperature, which settled at 32.2 degrees Celsius, while it recorded a drop of 3.9 degrees Celsius in the night temperature, which settled at 14.5 degrees Celsius.

Bhopal recorded 32.6 degrees Celsius with no fluctuations in the day temperature, while it recorded a drop of 4.0 degrees Celsius in the night temperature, which settled at 15.6 degrees Celsius. Indore recorded 34.6 degrees Celsius as the day temperature after a marginal rise of 0.1 degree Celsius, while it recorded 17.4 degrees Celsius as the night temperature after a drop of 4.0 degrees Celsius.

In addition to Bhopal and Indore, other districts, such as Jabalpur, Ratlam, Narsingpur, Sidhi and Umaria, recorded a sharp drop of 4.0 degrees Celsius each in the night temperature. Ratlam recorded 14.6 degrees Celsius, while Jabalpur and Narsingpur recorded 17.0 degrees Celsius each. Sidhi and Umaria recorded 18.2 degrees Celsius and Umaria recorded 16.1 degrees Celsius.

Sagar recorded 5.8 degrees Celsius drop in the night temperature, which settled at 14.2 degree Celsius, while Damoh recorded 16.0 degrees Celsius as the night temperature after a drop of 5.0 degrees Celsius. Datia recorded a drop of 5.9 degrees Celsius in the night temperature, which settled at 13.7 degrees Celsius. Shajapur recorded a drop of 5.4 degrees Celsius in the night temperature, which settled at 15.1 degrees Celsius.

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