By Staff Reporter
Khargone hottest in state at 42.5 degrees Celsius.
The western disturbance will remain effective until March 12 and will spell a wet weekend in the northern parts of the state.
Change in the wind pattern and local factors are the reasons behind rising temperature.
Khajuraho and Umaria recorded minimum temperature of 9.2 degrees Celsius each after drop of 0.8 degree and 1.2 degrees respectively.
Minimum temperature rises up to three degree Celsius in state.
Night getting warmer across state; Gwalior records 4.8 degree Celsius rise in night temp.
As per reports, temperatures rose in many parts of the state with the maximum temperature being recorded at around 35 degrees
Bhopal recorded nominal rise in day temperature, which settled 29.7 degrees Celsius.
17 places record min temp between 10 degrees C to 7 degrees C
The minimum temperature dropped by almost two degrees Celsius in state capital on Saturday night.
Pulmonologist at Gandhi Medical College Dr Lokendra Dave said change in weather may prove problematic.
Senior meteorological department officer GD Mishra said a system formed over Bay of Bengal is sending moisture to Madhya Pradesh.
Night temperature rose by six degrees Celsius above normal, Light showers expect in a couple of days, say Met men
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Met men said sudden changes in climatic conditions ‘hijacked’ the clouds from over the city.
Level of humidity in morning was 85 per cent and dropped to 60 per cent in evening.
The residents woke up to cloudy weather on Wednesday morning.
Department officials claimed that conditions are favourable and it is moving forward towards Indore and Bhopal districts.