BHOPAL: Very light to moderate rainfall occurred at isolated places over South Madhya Pradesh and North- East Madhya Pradesh. Jabalpur and Betul recorded 1cm. rains are expected in east- Madhya Pradesh. Even Bhopal experienced slight drizzling.
This is reason various cities including Bhopal recorded high percentage of humidity.
Bhopal recorded 72 per cent morning humidity while it recorded 45 percent as evening humidity. Rewa, Datia and Damoh recorded 5 degree Celsius which is lowest in the state. Most of this winter rainfall is due to the effect of ” Western Disturbances” moving across the Northern parts of the country or their induced systems in the central parts of the country.
It is the feature of this month. Sometimes, immediately after a good winter, invading cold air catches precipitation the moisture in the atmosphere and phenomenal fog with almost zero visibility appears over Bhopal causing considerable difficulties for the traffic both in air and on ground. Western Disturbances, are generally marked with dry and very cold air.
Bhopal recorded 25.4° C which was 1° C below normal while it recorded a minimum temperature of 10.6° C which was normal.
Indore recorded a maximum temperature of 26.5 ° C which was normal while it recorded 10.6° C which was 1° C above normal. Gwalior recorded a maximum temperature of 22.5° C which was 1 ° C below normal while it recorded a minimum temperature 6.8° C which was 1 ° C below normal.
Jabalpur recorded a maximum temperature of 21.9° C which was 4° C below normal while it recorded a minimum temperature of 12.6° C which was 3° C above below normal.
According to Metrological department, air is dry. Humidity is high because of rains which occurred at various isolated areas.