4 Dec 2023

Madhya Pradesh: Cyclone Michaung to affect weather; fog and mist envelop many cities; IMD made this prediction


Bhopal: In the first week of December, an unusual weather pattern is observed in Madhya Pradesh. On Monday, Bhopal, Indore, and Jabalpur experienced a maximum day temperature of 28 degrees Celsius. However, Ujjain recorded a slightly cooler day temperature at 24 degrees Celsius, while Gwalior witnessed precipitation from clouds, bringing the temperature down to 19 degrees Celsius.

Despite the rise in temperatures for December, fog and mist enveloped most cities in Madhya Pradesh on Monday morning. While the fog cleared in Bhopal after 9 am, a lingering haze persisted.

Michaung to cause rainfall

The Bay of Bengal is currently witnessing the impact of the cyclonic storm 'Michaung,' expected to affect Shahdol, Jabalpur division, and surrounding areas of Madhya Pradesh. Rainfall is anticipated in most districts of the state, including the capital.

Over the last 7 days, Madhya Pradesh experienced rain and hail due to Western Disturbance, Cyclonic Circulation, and Trough Line. Meteorologist Ashfaq Hussain predicts cold nights for the next 5 to 6 days.


Pachmarhi coldest at 13.8

Pachmarhi recorded the coldest night in Madhya Pradesh, with a temperature of 13.8 degrees. Khargone experienced a minimum temperature of 14.2 degrees, while Narmadapuram reported the highest minimum temperature at 20.4 degrees.

Normal life affected due to rain in Shivpuri

Due to rain in Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh, normal life has been affected in the city.
Due to continuous heavy rains in the city since last night, there was water logging in low-lying areas. Electrical wires were broken as a huge tree fell in a colony at College of Physical Education area. Due to this the power supply in the area was disrupted. Due to rain or drizzle at many places in the urban areas as well as rural areas in the district, the cold has increased significantly in the entire area. The rains in the district have been said to be very beneficial for farming.

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