Night temperature declines by few notches in various parts of State
|Source: The Hitavada Date: 07 Mar 2017 11:42:28|
The minimum temperatures have fallen by few notches in various parts of Madhya Pradesh. Night temperatures have fallen in Rewa, Shahdol, Sagar, Bhopal and Ujjain divisions. The lowest minimum temperature of 8 degree Celsius was recorded in Rewa. The highest maximum temperature of 37 degree Celsius was recorded in Raisen.
Weather Department forecasted dust storm in isolated parts of Raisen, Chindwada, Seoni and Balaghat districts. On Monday, Bhopal witnessed lukewarm weather conditions. The minimum temperature of city settled at 14.3 degree Celsius and it was one degree below normal level. Unlike Bhopal, minimum temperature of Jabalpur declined to settle at 13 degree Celsius, two degree below normal level.
Khajuraho’s minimum temperature was 9.8 degree Celsius and it was 3 degree below normal level. Gwalior’s minimum temperature was 10.6 degree Celsius, 2 degree below normal level.
The fall in minimum temperature by few notches has induced mild cold during night hours. However, days continue to remain sultry in State. It is due to this reason that pinch of heat is being felt during day time. Gradually, weather conditions are turning out to be warmer during day time.
As the summer season has started, juice shops and fruit shops are mushrooming up in market places and other important places of every city in State. Likewise, shops of sun glasses and caps have also come up along road side and in market areas.
As weather conditions are changing gradually and moving towards warmer conditions, seasonal diseases are raising their heads. Mostly people are suffering from cough and common fever.
It is being fathomed that after ‘Holi’ festival, temperatures will start to shot up in all
parts of State.