Indore (Madhya Pradesh): After heavy rainfall on Tuesday, the temperature in the city once again shot up over 30 degrees Celsius on Wednesday, which was seven degrees Celsius more than the temperature recorded on Tuesday. It was a disappointment for the citizens who were expecting a good spell of rain but the sky cleared up in the afternoon.
The temperature on Tuesday was recorded at 26.2 degrees Celsius but it increased to 32.2 degrees Celsius on Wednesday.
Regional meteorological department officials have forecast that the city will continue to witness light showers as chances of heavy rain are bleak till July 7.
Meanwhile, the city’s total rainfall reached 225.8 mm (8.88 inches), which is almost equal to the average rainfall in this period of the season. The break in rains has increased the humidity level as it was recorded at 89 per cent in morning and 57 per cent in the evening.
The maximum temperature in the city was recorded at 32.2 degrees Celsius (normal), and the minimum temperature was recorded at 22.3 degrees Celsius (1 degree below normal).
“The city will continue to witness light showers for the next few days as a proper spell of rain is expected only after July 7. The monsoon trough lies in its normal position. Under the influence of these conditions, the chances of heavy rain are less in the Indore region,’ Regional meteorological department officials said.