Parts of Bhopal drenched by sudden rains

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 13 Oct 2017 11:08:05


 

Staff Reporter,

Monsoon bids adieu to some places in State

Weather conditions suddenly changed in Bhopal on Thursday evening when city sky got replete with clouds and high velocity winds started to blow. Later, incessant rains, accompanied by thunderstorm, hit isolated places of city including Kolar, Berkheda etc catching people unawares.


In the meantime, Weather Department announced that monsoon has got withdrawn from maximum parts of Gwalior division and Chambal division and some parts of Ujjain, Bhopal and Sagar divisions. In last twenty-four hours, rains occurred in some places of Indore division and Jabalpur division. The rainfall in Bhopal on Thursday evening was due to local activity.


The Weather Department said that rainfall and light showers are likely in some places of Hoshangabad, Betul, Balaghat, Chindwada, Seoni, Sidhi, Singhrauli, Umaria, Dindori, Anuppur, Raisen, Vidisha, Khargone, Burhanpur, Badwani and Alirajpur districts. Weather will remain dry in remaining regions of state. Bhopal is going to witness partial cloudy weather condition.


As monsoon withdrawal has commenced, hence, everyone is expecting that cold will make its foray into state by month end. Though cold is yet to arrive but shops selling quilts have come up every corner of state.
As far as temperatures are concerned then day temperatures have fallen in significant manner in districts of Chambal division. But maximum temperature rose substantially in Hoshangabad division.


Maximum temperatures also shot up significantly in Shahdol, Sagar and Gwalior. The highest maximum temperature of 37 degrees Celsius was recorded in Gwalior and Damoh. Meanwhile, night temperatures have fallen substantially in districts of Bhopal division. However, minimum temperatures soared in districts of Gwalior division. The lowest minimum temperature of 19 degrees Celsius was recorded in Damoh and Raisen districts. Bhopal’s maximum temperature soared to 35 degree Celsius, 2 degrees above normal.