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Rain to continue for two more days

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After good rainfall at a few places in the past 24 hours more rainfall at several places is likely to occur in the next two days; harsh cold conditions would be witnessed in the next two days.

Met official said that thundery activities and rainfall would be witnessed and after two days the cloudy weather conditions would clear and temperatures would dip making the weather conditions colder and harsher. According to the forecast a few areas of Indore, Ujjain, Bhopal and Hoshangabad divisions are likely to witness rainfall in the next 24 hours.

A few areas in the Bhopal division witnessed rainfall in the past 24 hours.For the second consecutive day the city witnessed cloud cover in the early morning hours with cold winds ranging up to 16 km per hour which remained till early hours in the afternoon and for a brief period sun shine was witnessed but at around 3.30 pm the cloudy weather conditions prevailed again making the weather conditions cold. The harsh weather conditions would be witnessed for the next 2-3 days and after the systems would settle the normal weather conditions would prevail.

The city recorded day temperature at 24.4 degree Celsius and night temperature at 15.8 degree Celsius. Among the major cities Indore recorded day temperature at 22 degree Celsius and night temperature at 13.6 degree Celsius, Gwalior recorded day temperature at 23.4 degree Celsius and night temperature at 13 degree Celsius and Jabalpur recorded day temperature at 27.3 degree Celsius and night temperature at 15.2 degree Celsius.

The highest rainfall was recorded at 3 cm in Bhabhra. In Thikri 2 cm of rainfall was recorded while 1 cm rainfall was recorded in Jowat in the past 24 hours.

In the past 24 hours several areas of Ujjain and Indore divisions have witnessed rainfall while a few regions of Gwalior and Chambal divisions recorded rainfall.

 The lowest night temperature was recorded in Khajuraho at 8 degree Celsius.

 
 
 
 
 

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