By Staff Reporter
Bhopal recorded a rise of 2.3 degrees Celsius in the day temperature, which settled at 27.8 degrees Celsius.
Rain was also experienced in the Indore, Ujjain, Gwalior and Chambal divisions.
The rise in temperatures was due to clouds in the state.
Meteorological department says clouds due to system over Rajasthan restricted drop in temperatures in the state
Thirty-one places recorded a rise of 3 degrees Celsius to 10 degrees Celsius in temperature.
The state capital recorded a drop of 9.4°Celsius in the day temperature in two days.
Mercury dips to 3.2 degrees Celsius in Umaria, notches 4 in Rewa.
Normal life was hit as temperature plummeted to 6.6°C — the lowest this season.
The capital city recorded 2.6 degree Celsius drop in day temperature on the day.
State capital recorded 32.6°C on Sunday, while, in 1941, the meteorological department recorded 32.8°C in December.
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