IMD forecast five days of rainfall in most parts of Madhya Pradesh
   Date :11-May-2024

IMD forecast five days of rainfall  
Staff Reporter
Amid the scorching heat conditions, Meteorology Department has released forecast for the five days rainfall in most parts of State. On Friday, weather remained hot and dry in state capital Bhopal with day temperature soaring above 41 degrees Celsius. Highest maximum temperature was recorded as 44.4 degrees Celsius in Guna and 43.0 degrees Celsius in Shivpuri. Since morning hours weather remained dry and hot in Bhopal. In the afternoon, weather was changing with partial cloud cover in sky. However, there were no rainfall. Meteorology Department has forecast storm and hail in Sagar, Vidisha, Damoh, Betul, Khargone, Ratlam, Ujjain and Panna districts along with rain on May 10. Weather scientists also forecast for lightening, thunder and hail in these cities.
In the meantime, temperature is soaring above 42 degrees in most part of state. Meteorology Department has issued health warning due to the intense heat in parts of state with increasing day temperature. The Meteorology Department, Bhopal said, temperature may cross 45 degree mark in various part of state by next week. Weather Scientist P K Saha said that a western disturbance is activated in the State that is affecting weather conditions in eastern part of state. He said for next five days till May 15, rainfall would be recording in various parts of State. Maximum temperature in Bhopal was recorded as 41.5 degrees Celsius and minimum 26.7 degrees Celsius. Gwalior recorded day temperature as 40.5 degrees Celsius and minimum 26.2 degrees Celsius. Indore recorded maximum temperature 40.2 degrees Celsius and minimum 25.6 degree Celsius. Ujjain recorded day temperature 41.5 degrees Celsius and minimum 27.4 degrees Celsius. Jabalpur recorded maximum temperature as 39.4 degrees Celsius and minimum 25.6 degrees Celsius.