Sultry weather gives tough time to people in State capital

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 08 May 2018 12:27:30


Staff Reporter,

SCORCHING heat persists over Madhya Pradesh. In last 24 hours, weather remained dry in State. Bhopal sizzled at maximum temperature of 41 degrees Celsius. Most of the places in State recorded maximum temperature over 40 degrees Celsius.

Monday was yet another hot day in State capital as burning sun was spraying fire. During noon hours, hot winds and skin burning hot gave harrowing time to people.
Weather Department forecast said that light showers and thunder activities are likely in some parts of Sheopurkalan, Morena, Bhind, Gwalior, Datia and Shivpuri districts.
Dust storm is likely in sundry parts of Ratlam, Neemuch, Mandsaur, Ujjain, Shajapur, Rajgarh, Guna, Ashok Nagar, Shivpuri, Sheopurkalan, Morena, Bhind, Gwalior, Datia and Tikamgarh districts.

Maximum temperatures are likely in increase partially in State. Bhopal is going to have partial cloudy evening and dry weather. Maximum temperature on Tuesday will be around 42 degrees Celsius and minimum temperature will be around 26 degrees Celsius.

As far as temperatures of other cities are concerned, Gwalior recorded maximum temperature at 42.5 degrees Celsius, Jabalpur 42.7 degrees Celsius, Hoshangabad 41.4 degrees Celsius, Betul 41 degrees Celsius, Satna 42.9 degrees Celsius, Sagar 41.6 degrees Celsius, Indore 39.5 degrees Celsius, Guna 42 degrees Celsius, Ujjain 40 degrees Celsius, Rajgarh 42 degrees Celsius, Khajuraho 44 degrees Celsius, Khandwa 44.5 degrees Celsius, Khargone 42.6 degrees Celsius, Tikamgarh 42 degrees Celsius, Shivpuri 41 degrees Celsius, Mandla 42.4 degrees Celsius, Umaria 43.9 degrees Celsius etc.

The highest maximum temperature of 45 degrees Celsius was recorded in Khandwa. As summer is at its peak, hence people are having a tough time in dealing with heat. During noon hours, road’s become deserted and only few vehicles are seen plying. Most of the people remain indoors in noon as no one wants to face the excruciating heat.