Hot and humid weather giving tough time to people

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 06 Nov 2018 11:12:37


Staff Reporter,

Fall in temperatures from November 7-8

It is hot and humid weather which is giving tough time to people in Madhya Pradesh. The wait for arrival of cold is just growing with each passing day. Such is the situation that people are yet to pull out warm clothes from their almirahs. Weather department is expecting drop in mercury level soon. Weather Department said that still northerly wind pattern is yet to set in Madhya Pradesh. Cloudy weather is biggest impediment in arrival of northerly winds. No sooner did cloud cover becomes clear, northerly winds will start setting foot in state and this phenomenon will result into fall of temperatures in state.

In last twenty four hours, weather remained dry in Madhya Pradesh. Minimum temperatures of Chambal division have significantly fallen down. Minimum temperatures in Gwalior division also took the nose dive. The temperatures of other regions of state remained unchanged. Minimum temperatures of Ujjain division were substantially above normal level. Likewise, minimum temperatures of districts situated in Rewa, Shahdol, Indore divisions also remained above normal level. The lowest minimum temperature of 13 degrees Celsius was recorded in Mandla.

The forecast of weather department said that weather conditions will be dry in state. Temperatures are expected to dip partially in state from November 7 and November 8 respectively.

The forecast for Bhopal says that weather would be partially cloudy and winds will blow at the speed of 12 km per hour. Maximum temperature would be around 32 degrees Celsius and minimum temperature would be around 17 degrees Celsius respectively. As cold is yet to give harrowing time to people hence sale of woollen shop is yet to pick up pace in state. Everyone is hoping that cold would settle down in state after November 15.