Temp dips by 2 to 3 degrees, northern icy winds giving tough time to people
   Date :10-Feb-2024

Temp dips by 2 to 3 degrees 
Staff Reporter
Cold wave intensified all over Madhya Pradesh with northern icy winds. Temperature in State capital Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Ujjain and a few other cities dipped by two to three degrees Celsius. Weather scientists said that weather will remain the same for next two more days. Indian Meteorology Department (IMD) Bhopal forecast for light rainfall along with thundering and lightening in Jabalpur, Gwalior, Narmadapuram, Shahdol, Sagar, Rewa areas from February 11 to 14. Weather scientist Dr Ved Prakash Singh said that northern icy wind is blowing throughout the State. He said that there are clouds and colder condition during day hours and night temperature has been declined by 2 to 3 degrees Celsius. IMD forecast that temperature would be declining by few more notches on Saturday morning.
According to IMD, rain activity is being formed due to cyclonic circulation system from February 11. On February 12, drizzling is expected in Jabalpur, Narmadapuram, Shahdol and Sagar division while on February 13, eastern part of State is expected to record rainfall. On February 14, Sagar, Rewa and Gwalior cities are expected to record rainfall. Maximum temperature in Bhopal was recorded as 23.7 degrees Celsius and minimum 9.0 degrees Celsius. Gwalior recorded maximum temperature as 22.8 degrees Celsius and minimum 6.1 degrees Celsius. Indore recorded maximum temperature 22.8 degrees Celsius and minimum 12.6 degrees Celsius. Ujjain recorded maximum temperature as 25.0 degrees Celsius and minimum 10.5 degrees Celsius. Jabalpur recorded maximum of 23.9 and minimum 7.8 degrees Celsius.