Mercury dips in many parts of State
   Date :23-Feb-2024

Mercury dips 
Staff Reporter
The cyclonic circulation and western disturbance has put its impact on weather conditions of Madhya Pradesh on Thursday. While state capital recorded marginal dip down in temperature with cold wind, Gwalior, Chambal and Rewa division recorded cloud cover and light rainfall. Earlier, Gwalior, Shivpuri and nearby districts recorded light rainfall on February 21. Gwalior recorded 4.4 degree fall in maximum temperature and Bhopal recorded 2 to 3 degree fall in day temperature.
It breeze bothering people throughout day in Bhopal. Raisen, Betul, Bhopal, Dhar, Narmadapuram, Khanda, Khargone, Pachmarhi, Ratlam, Shivpuri, Ujjain, Damoh, Jabalpur, Khajuraho, Naugaon, Rewa, Sagar, Satna, Sidhi, Tikamgarh and Umaria recorded marginal fall in day temperature. Indian Meteorology Department (IMD) said southern-western air is bringing moisture from Arabian Sea and the “Z” stream air is blowing for 330 kmph of speed in part of country. This has become major reason for falling day temperature in Madhya Pradesh. Weather was changed in Gwalior, Bhind, Morena, Datia, Chatarpur, Panna, Rewa, Mauganj, Sidhi and Singrauli districts on Thursday.
Light rainfall along with thunder and lightning was recorded in Bhind, Datia, Rewa, Mauganj, Sidhi and Singrauli on Thursday. While on February 20 maximum temperature in Bhopal was recorded as 33.2 degree Celsius, on February 21, maximum temperature declined to 30.9 degree Celsius. Again on February 22, maximum temperature in Bhopal was declined below 30 degree Celsius and settled at 27 degree Celsius. IMD forecast maximum temperature in Bhopal for February 23 and 24 as 26 to 28 degree Celsius. On February 25, cloud cover is expected in Bhopal.