The pre-monsoon activities have settled presently and abrupt changes have faded away after 4-5 days of harsh weather conditions across the state.
The night temperature continues to make weather conditions unbearable for state capital as with slight decrease night temperature was recorded at 29.5 degree Celsius.
Among other regions which recorded higher night temperatures were Jabalpur, Rajgarh and Raisen recorded over 30 degree Celsius while Damoh, Satna, Tikamgarh, Khajuraho, Umaria, Bhopal, , Shajapur, Sheopur recorded around 29 degree Celsius.
State capital which recorded day temperature over 42 degree Celsius on Friday recorded 41.6 degree Celsius on Saturday. Damoh, Chattarpur, Umaria and Sagar districts are likely to witness hot wave conditions in the next 24 hours.
Day temperatures were recorded around same levels without any significant change. In the past 24 hours Damoh district reported hot wave conditions. Highest day temperature was recorded at 44 degree Celsius in Damoh and Khargone on Saturday.
The temperatures were moderate while two divisions Rewa and Shahdol. In the past 24 hours light rainfall at isolated places in Rewa division and Morena district was witnessed.
According to the forecast state capital is likely to witness day temperature at 42 degree Celsius and night temperature at 29 degree Celsius. The weather conditions would be partially cloudy and speedy winds of the speed 18 km/hr are likely to be witnessed.
Among the major cities Indore recorded day temperature at 40.2 degree Celsius and night temperature at 27 degree Celsius, Jabalpur recorded day temperature at 41.7 degree Celsius and night temperature at 30.2 degree Celsius and Gwalior recorded day temperature at 40.6 degree Celsius and night temperature at 26.2 degree Celsius.