14 Nov 2023

Madhya Pradesh experiencing shift in weather; noticeable drop in temps across many districts; sharp dip in mercury from this date

MP Weather Update: Finally, Madhya Pradesh is experiencing a shift in weather, with a noticeable drop in temperatures across almost all districts. After the 15th of this month, a further dip in mercury is likely. Additionally, some districts might witness light rainfall. 

On November 15th, a new weather system is predicted to become active in the Bay of Bengal, leading to increased humidity in the state's atmosphere. In the forthcoming days, there is a likelihood of light rain in Gwalior, Chambal regions, as well as in some places like Bundelkhand, Sagar, Chhatarpur, and Tikamgarh. Subsequently, the state can anticipate a sharp decline in temperatures. This influence may bring humidity and light rain to the Gwalior region.


Day temp in Bhopal falls below 30 degrees

In northern India, early snowfall has brought relief from the heat in Bhopal, resulting in dip in both day and night temperatures. Meteorologists foresee this weather pattern persisting for the next week, with night temperatures potentially dropping to 12 degrees and daytime temperatures ranging between 30-31 degrees. Although clouds may be present, no significant rainfall is expected. Monday marked the first instance of the daytime temperature in Bhopal falling below 30 degrees.

Pachmarhi coldest at 12.4

The ongoing shift in weather patterns is causing a continuous temperature decrease. Consequently, Pachmarhi stands out as the coldest place, recording a temperature of 12.4 degrees Celsius. Rajgarh district closely follows at 12.6 degrees. Other recorded temperatures include 12.6 in Gwalior, 13.2 in Raisen, 13.2 in Betul, 13.7 in Guna, 13.8 in Ujjain, 14.6 in Bhopal, 17.4 in Indore, and 15 in Jabalpur. Significant temperature drops are anticipated in the coming days.

The meteorological department denies possibility of excessive cold in November. Clouds have led to increased night temperatures in most cities. The western disturbance is advancing beyond northern India, foretelling a decrease in both day and night temperatures with reduced air humidity. Gwalior received 0.5 mm of rain in the last 24 hours.

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