Temp to dip for two more days
   Date :09-Feb-2024

Temp to dip 
Staff Reporter
Cold wave has returned to Madhya Pradesh with minimum temperature below 10 degrees Celsius in many cities. State capital Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur and Ujjain recorded two to three degrees fall in temperature. A total of 11 cities, including Jabalpur and Gwalior, saw day temperature below 25 degrees Celsius. Datia remained the coldest city with minimum temperature 6.8 degrees Celsius. Weather scientists said that western disturbance has passed away due to which wind is blowing towards north. The wind direction has brought cold waves in entire Madhya Pradesh state. Medium fog was also recorded in many cities including Bhopal. Visibility remained 200 meters to 800 meters. Indian Meteorology Department (IMD) said that cold wave would be prevailing in State for next three days. From February 12, weather is set to take another turn.
As another western disturbance will set up in State, clouds will be covering the sky and there are chances lightning, thundering and drizzling Weather scientists said that for next two days, temperature will be declining few more points.
On Wednesday-Thursday, Bhopal recorded temperature as 11.6 degrees Celsius, Indore 12.1 degrees Celsius, Gwalior 10.4 degrees Celsius, Jabalpur 10.4 degrees Celsius and Ujjain 12.8 degrees Celsius. Temperature remained below ten degrees Celsius in cities Datia 6.8 degrees Celsius, Naugaon 7.0 degrees Celsius, Sagar 8.5 degrees Celsius, Rewa 9.0 degree Celsius, Pachmarhi 9.0 degrees Celsius, Khajuraho 9.2 degrees Celsius, Umaria 9.2 degrees Celsius, Guna 9.2 degrees Celsius and Rajgarh 9.4 degrees Celsius.