By Staff Reporter
At the same time, west and central Madhya Pradesh will remain dry.
Maximum rise in night temperature was recorded at 4.0 degrees Celsius in Dhar.
However, it was vice versa in the eastern region of the state.
Temperature expected to plummet further in state
Gwalior records 3°Celsius, remains the coldest in the state.
It was difficult for people to negotiate vehicular traffic.
Indore recorded 7.0 degrees Celsius, which was highest drop in day temperature in the state.
This was especially true of the eastern part of the state.
A thick fog enveloped Bhopal in the morning hours and clouds hung low throughout the day.
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
The state shivered with a sharp drop in the day temperatures across the region ranging up to 9.0°Celsius.
Meteorological department says the western disturbance which has impacted Delhi and its surrounding areas will have an impact on the stat...Read More
However, the state recorded only a marginal drop in temperatures as a western disturbance has restricted the sharp fall of the mercury.
The reason is a western disturbance.
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.
There was a sharp drop in day temperature ranging from 3°C to 5°C.
On Tuesday, visibility was very poor — 50 metres to 200 metres — in the state capital and this was the lowest in Madhya Pradesh