Temperature dips, but no respite from hot weather
   Date :02-Apr-2024
Temperature dips
Staff Reporter
With the start of April, weather in Madhya Pradesh has changed its trend with decline in both maximum and minimum temperature. Though people faced inconvenience with hot and dry weather in most parts of state but temperature declined marginally by two to three degree Celsius. Minimum temperature saw major changes in most of the cities and recorded increase marginally decrease by 3 to 4 degrees Celsius. IMD has forecast heat waves for next three days in Guna, Shivpuri, Chatarpur, Tikamgarh, Ashoknagar, Jabalpur, Mandla and Balaghat. Weather scientists said that minimum temperature will be rising in Jabalpur, Narmadapuram, Umaria, Balaghat for next two days and it is supposed to touch 25 degrees.
According to Indian Meteorology Department, weather system in Madhya Pradesh has two different moods with drizzling in Gwalior, Chambal region and hot, dry weather in remaining parts. State capital Bhopal recorded hot and dry weather throughout day that gave tough time to the people. Weather scientists said light rainfall and storm system has been formed for east and west part of state due to the cyclonic circulation, turf and western disturbance. Weather Department forecast a new system to set in state from April 3. On Monday, highest day temperature was recorded in Damoh as 39.5 degrees Celsius, Rewa 39.2 degrees Celsius and Mandla 39 degrees Celsius.
Lowest minimum temperature was recorded as 16.2 degrees Celsius in Rewa and 16.8 degrees Celsius in Dhar. Maximum temperature in Bhopal was recorded as 37.5 degrees Celsius and minimum 20.8 degrees Celsius. Gwalior recorded maximum temperature 36.8 degrees Celsius and minimum 21.7 degrees Celsius. Indore recorded maximum temperature 35.9 degrees Celsius and minimum 18.4 degrees Celsius. Ujjain recorded maximum temperature 35.8 degrees Celsius and minimum 17.5 degrees Celsius. Jabalpur recorded maximum temperature 37.5 degree Celsius and minimum 21.7 degrees Celsius. Most of cities recorded day temperature below 40 degrees Celsius.