Indore: The weather on Wednesday gave much needed relief from biting cold as the day temperature increased by five degrees compared to what was recorded on Tuesday. The minimum temperature has also increased. Clear sky and bright sunlight gave respite to residents from week-long cold winds sweeping the city. The residents enjoyed pleasant weather as heavy rush was seen on city roads after three to four days.
According to meteorological department, city recorded maximum temperature of 25.4 degrees Celsius on Wednesday, which was three degrees below normal. The minimum temperature at 6.4 degrees Celsius was four degrees below normal. Morning and evening humidity was 38 percent and 20 percent respectively.
On Tuesday, city’s day temperature was 20.7 degrees Celsius, which was seven degrees below normal. The minimum temperature at 5.6 degrees Celsius was four degrees below normal. “On Wednesday, weather turned pleasant due to clear sky. Similar conditions will prevail for the next couple of days. The day and night temperature will increase,” a met department official said. However, department officials cautioned that weather can take another U-turn in next few days if northern parts of country receive fresh snowfall.