During the last 24 hours, rainfall was recorded at some places in the districts of Indore, Gwalior, Narmadapuram divisions. It has rained up to 1 cm in Guna, Bamauri. The weather of Madhya Pradesh has remained favorable. The temperature is falling due to rain. At some places, the day’s temperature has dropped up to 10 degrees and the night’s temperature has dropped up to 6 degrees.
It has rained in many districts in the last 24 hours as well. The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of lightning and thunderstorms at some places in the districts of Narmadapuram-Indore division. There is a possibility of rain in many areas of the state for the next few days. The temperature will also remain low.
According to the report of the Meteorological Center, during the last 24 hours, rainfall was recorded at some places in the districts of Indore, Gwalior, Narmadapuram divisions. It has rained up to 1 cm in Guna, Bamauri. There was no significant change in the maximum temperature in the districts of Rewa, Sagar divisions. fell exclusively in the districts of Narmadapuram division.
The districts of Narmadapuram division remained much less than normal. The minimum temperature dropped significantly in the districts of Bhopal, Shahdol, Narmadapuram divisions and there was no significant change in the districts of the remaining divisions. There were more than normal in the districts of Gwalior, Ujjain, Rewa, Sagar division.
The Meteorological Department’s forecast for the next 24 hours says that there may be rain or thundershowers at isolated places in the districts of Narmadapuram-Indore division and in the districts of Neemuch-Mandsaur.
Along with this, the department has issued a yellow alert, according to which there is a possibility of lightning and thunderstorm at some places in the districts of Narmadapuram-Indore division.
According to the data of the Meteorological Department, a drop in temperature was recorded. Day and night temperature has dropped rapidly. In Betul, the day temperature has dropped to 10 degrees, while in Chhindwara the night temperature has dropped to 6 degrees.
Rajgarh was the hottest in the state. The maximum temperature was recorded at 35 degrees in Rajgarh, 34.4 in Mandla, 34.2 in Khajuraho, 34 in Khargone, 33.5 in Damoh, 33.4 in Sidhi, 33.1 in Khandwa, 33 in Narsinghpur.
On the other hand, Tikamgarh-Indore had the hottest night in the state. The minimum temperature was 19 degrees in both places, 18.4 in Narmadapuram, 18.1 in Sagar, 17.6 in Ratlam, 17.1 in Dhar, 17 degrees in Ujjain-Sidhi-Bhopal. The coldest night in the state was in Pachmarhi, where the temperature was 11 degrees.
According to meteorologists, the wind direction in Madhya Pradesh is south-west. Due to this, warm and moist winds are coming from the Arabian Sea. Maharashtra is a bit hot due to change in weather. Warm winds are coming from there and cold winds are coming from the north. Due to the meeting of both, clouds are being formed in central India.
The wind coming from the Arabian Sea is bringing moisture. Because of this, thunder-flashing clouds were formed and it rained. Western Disturbance is active in North India. There is a possibility of rain in many parts of the state for the next few days. At some places, Holi can also get wet due to drizzle.