No respite from harsh weather conditions, Bhopal records 42.8

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No respite from harsh weather conditions, Bhopal records 42.8

Wednesday, 08 June 2022 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

No respite in the harsh weather conditions under prevailing weather conditions as system inducing pre-monsoon have faded, highest day temperature was recorded at 45.6 degree celsius while state capital cooled a little from over 43 degree celsius to 42.8 degree celsius.
The Met issued a warning of heat waves in Sagar and Rewa divisions and Gwalior and Datia districts.
Bhopal would witness an increase in day temperature on Wednesday and night temperature would follow the pattern while partial cloudy conditions would prevail.
The state witnessed very hot last weeks of May while pre-monsoon activities provided short lived hopes but later mercury started to rise again and crossed 46 degree Celsius. Bhopal and Indore were also very hot during this period and the trend continues.
Met said that for three days the temperature will fluctuate in the same way by 1 -2 degrees and after that relief. Once again the pre-monsoon activity in the state can start from June 9.
For the first time in March, the mercury reached 43. This time in Madhya Pradesh, the heat broke all the records. March was the hottest summer in 50 years. The mercury usually stays below 42 in March.
The last 15 days in April scorched fiercely. The average temperature of the state was recorded at 41.38 degree Celsius. The highest mercury was recorded in Khargone. 
The first week was the hottest. On an average, the maximum temperature was 42.38 degree Celsius in the state. The lowest temperature was 35.94 degree Celsius in Shivpuri and 44.47 degree Celsius in Rajgarh.

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