28 Nov 2023

Madhya Pradesh Weather: Mercury dips across state due to winter rains; IMD makes this prediction about weather

Madhya Pradesh Weather: Light rain and isolated showers are expected at many places in the state on Tuesday and Wednesday due to the influence of Western Disturbance. The weatherman predicted light rainfall and isolated showers at many places in the state in the days to come.

Due to the impact of Western Disturbance in Madhya Pradesh, 40.6 mm rainfall was recorded in Betul, 34.2 mm in Seoni and 23.2 mm in Pachmarhi during the last 24 hours in the state.

Apart from this, rainfall was recorded in Narmadapuram, Narsinghpur, Khargone, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Mandla, Khandwa, Umaria, Gwalior, Ujjain, Damoh, Raisen, Indore, Sagar, Naugaon, Malajkhand.

There was light rainfall in the capital Bhopal Tuesday morning and after this the sky remained cloudy. The situation is expected to remain the same during the next 24 hours.


Rainy weather in state may persist until Dec 3

The regional meteorological department has predicted that the current rainy weather in the state will persist until December 3 in many parts of state. The initial showers on Sunday-Monday night marked the onset of the winter rains, leading to a significant change in the entire state's weather. Cold winds prompted residents to take out sweatshirts and woolen clothes.

Bhopal experienced intermittent rainfall throughout Monday. Pramendra Kumar, a meteorologist at IMD Bhopal, expressed the likelihood of a two to three-degree Celsius decline in the maximum temperature across the state.


Rainfall may continue for next few days

Ved Pratap Singh, a senior officer at the meteorological department, explained, "The cyclonic circulation over the northern part of Madhya Pradesh is still active. Although the previously active western disturbances have weakened, their impact will persist. Rainfall is expected to continue for the next few days, even beyond a week after the western disturbance. Another western disturbance is anticipated after November 29, leading to resurgence in rain activities."



Small children’s classes not to be held before 9 am in Bhopal

Classes from nursery to fifth in all the schools of Bhopal will not be conducted before 9 am. This order has been issued by Collector Ashish Singh on Tuesday. The decision has been taken due to continuous increase in fog and cold in the state.

In the order issued by the Collector, it has been said that, in view of the onset of winter season and drop in temperature and in view of the health and safety of the students, all types of educational institutions from nursery to class 5th, government, non-government, CBSE, ICSE etc. will not operate before 9 am. The said order will come into effect with immediate effect.

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