Cold winds blow as clouds cover Bhopal skies

02-12-2021

Bhopal: The weather pattern has changed in the capital Bhopal since Wednesday morning. Cool wind is blowing and it is cloudy. Meteorologists say that there is a possibility of drizzle in Bhopal on Wednesday evening and light rain on Thursday.
Apart from Bhopal, the weather has also changed in Indore-Ujjain, Hoshangabad, Gwalior-Chambal divisions. However, there is no difference in the night temperature. The mercury on Tuesday-Wednesday night was recorded at 13 degree Celsius. It recorded an increase of 0.8 degrees from last night. According to the Meteorological Center, the possibility of clouds and rain has increased in Madhya Pradesh due to the low pressure and Western Disturbance formed in the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea. Therefore, there may be rain in many parts of the state including Bhopal in 48 hours.
The state capital recorded the maximum temperature of 26.9 degrees Celsius, which was 0.8 Celsius less than normal temperature.
Similarly, the state capital recorded minimum temperature of 12.2 degrees Celsius which was less than 0.7 degrees Celsius.
Khargone recorded 11.4 degrees Celsius and Rewa 11.6 degrees Celsius. In four major cities of the state, Bhopal recorded 13, Jabalpur 13.9, Gwalior 11.4 and Indore 16.8 degree Celsius. There is a possibility of a drop in the mercury on the night of Wednesday-Thursday.
The dip in temperatures forced the residents to bring their woolens out of the cupboards. The day remained cloudy since morning on Wednesday and cold winds blew throughout the day.
As the evening fell it became chillier. The weather remained dry in the past 24 hours across the state, the met office said.

Umaria coldest in state
According to the weather office, Umaria with eight degrees Celsius remained the coldest place in the state.
The weather office predicted light rains in Khargon, Alirajpur, Jhabua, Badbani and Dhar.
The maximum and minimum temperatures will decline further in the coming days, according to the met office.
The cold northerly winds began to blow from Wednesday when the city witnessed a fall in maximum and minimum temperatures. The weather office has also predicted rainfall in a day or two. That will expectedly bring down the temperatures further adding more delight to the residents of Bhopal.