Rainfall at many places in MP

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Rainfall at many places in MP

Wednesday, 15 May 2019 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Several parts of the State witnessed rainfall and thundery activities in the past 24 hours. The weather conditions would witness changes in the period of pre-monsoon across the State.

Apart from the abrupt changes monsoon could be delayed by few days told weatherman still the amount of rainfall would not differ much. The expected date of arrival is June 13 and it might reach around June 15 in the state. The changes are less likely to impact as all depends on movement of monsoon progression.

Warning of speedy wind of 30-40 km/hr and thundery activities has been issued by Met and is likely to hit the state and those areas which are likely to be witness impact are Gwalior, Chambal and Sagar divisions and Rewa,Satna, Sidhi, Neemuch, Mandsaur, Jabalpur, Anuppur, and Dindori districts.

Met department told that WD could still impact change in the weather across the state and speedy wind could be witnessed in eastern region of the state in the next 24 hours.

The day and night temperatures have started rising. Khargone recorded 43 degree Celsius which was highest in the state while several places recorded day temperature around 41 degree Celsius.

State Capital recorded day temperature of 40.5 degree Celsius which was below normal while night temperature was recorded at 24 degree Celsius which was 2 degree Celsius below normal temperature.

Among the major cities Indore recorded a maximum temperature of 39.8 degree Celsius which was 1 degree Celsius below normal temperature  while day temperature was recorded at 24 degree Celsius.

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