Indore: Moderate to heavy rains likely in next two days

Indore: Intermittent rains coupled with a cool breeze pulled down the maximum temperature by six degrees Celsius below the normal temperature on Wednesday. Officials of regional meteorological department said that weather conditions will remain the same for the next couple of days and the city will witness moderate to heavy rains.

The residents woke up to cloudy weather on Wednesday morning. Light rain occurred intermittently throughout the day providing relief for the denizens from the increasing humidity and itchy weather.

“Southwest Monsoon has further advanced into remaining parts of Kutch and Gujarat Region and Madhya Pradesh. A cyclonic circulation lies over northeast Madhya Pradesh and neighbourhood at lower tropospheric levels. It is very likely to become less marked after 24 hours. As the monsoon trough has been shifting towards other parts of the country, monsoon activities will take a break in the state after a couple of days,” a department official said.

City recorded 0.3 mm rainfall on Wednesday taking the seasonal total to 100.3 mm.

The maximum temperature on Wednesday was recorded at 28.7 degrees Celsius which was six degrees Celsius below the normal while the minimum temperature was recorded at 22.6 degrees Celsius which one degree Celsius below the normal temperature.

“Humidity level on Wednesday morning was recorded at 83 per cent while the level in the evening was 86 per cent,” the weathermen said.

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