Burning sun sets temperatures on boil across Madhya Pradesh

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 16 May 2017 13:03:01


Staff Reporter,

Burning sun is spitting fire on earth. Owing to this reason, temperatures are on boil across the State. The intensity of heat intensified during noon hours. Hot winds and scorching heat have affected normal life adversely. People are not going to get respite from heat as weather conditions are going to remain unchanged for couple of days.


Bhopal witnessed bright day on Monday. By noon, roads have become almost deserted as hot winds and burning sun was giving torrid time. The people who were on road faced the onslaught of extreme heat. The maximum temperature of city soared to 42.6 degrees Celsius.


In last twenty four hours, weather remained dry across the State. Heat wave prevailed in maximum parts of Shahdol division and isolated places of districts including Rewa, Sagar, Hoshangabad divisions.


The day temperatures were substantially above normal level in Jabalpur, Bhopal, Indore and Ujjain divisions. The highest maximum temperature of 47 degrees Celsius was recorded in Khajuraho. Weather Department forecast heat wave in some parts of Rewa, Sagar, Shahdol, Gwalior divisions and Hoshangabad, Shajapur, Khandwa and Khargone districts. Dust storm and thunder activities are likely in some parts of entire State. Warmer nights are likely in isolated parts of Bhopal division and Satna, Tikamgarh, Ujjain and Gwalior districts. The local forecast for Bhopal said that city is going to witness partial cloudy weather condition after noon.

Along with this, after noon, there is chance of dust storm and thunder activities. Maximum temperature will be at 44 degrees Celsius and minimum temperature will be 30 degrees Celsius. On Monday, Jabalpur recorded maximum temperature at 44 degrees Celsius, Gwalior 44.8 degrees Celsius, Indore 41 degrees Celsius, Sagar 43.5 degrees Celsius, Guna 43.9 degrees Celsius, Khandwa 42.5 degrees Celsius, Umaria 44.4 degrees Celsius etc. The temperatures are on boil as warm winds are coming from adjoining Rajasthan.