Heavy rainfall was witnessed in the evening on Wednesday in the state capital, another western disturbance would reach North India on November 30 due to this effect with the start of December month rainfall would occur in the state.
Rainfall started once again in Bhopal on Wednesday evening. Earlier in the morning fog was witnessed and which remained till 11 in the morning. It was cloudy in the afternoon. It started raining in the evening.
The day temperature in the capital reached 20.2 degrees. Usually the day temperature dips to this level in December-January, but this time the temperature fell in the last week of November itself and in the past 13 years it was the coldest November. However, due to humidity the night temperature has not dropped much.
The weather remained abrupt in Madhya Pradesh for the fourth consecutive day on Wednesday. In the morning there was dense fog in many districts including Indore, Bhopal, Sagar, Gwalior, Jabalpur. Visibility was also low. Rain started in Bhopal after 5 pm. Light rain also occurred in Umaria and Malajkhand of Balaghat district. It remained cloudy throughout the day in most cities.
There was a dense fog in the capital on Tuesday morning. Visibility 1200 meters from 5:30 to 9:30 in the morning. It was done. The day temperature was recorded at 25.7 degree celsius. It increased by 4.8 degree celsius as compared to Monday. Despite this it remained 2 degree celsius less than normal.
The increasing fog in North India has started affecting traffic. Indigo's Delhi-Bhopal, Udaipur-Bhopal, Prayagraj-Bhopal flights arrived in Bhopal late by three and a quarter hours, while the Raipur-Bhopal flight arrived late by an hour. Railways also started Kalka-Sai Nagar Shirdi Express. Canceled till 2nd December.
Cold conditions have increased in many states, snowfall possible in Kashmir. It has rained in Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab, UP and Maharashtra, due to which the cold has increased. Hail fell in some areas of eastern Rajasthan. There is a possibility of snowfall in Jammu-Kashmir and Uttarakhand for the next three days.
Indore was the coldest city in the state on Wednesday. The day temperature here reached 22.3 degrees Celsius. There was a drop of 1.7 degree celsius in a single day. There was a difference of 5.9 degree between day and night temperature in Indore. The temperature here was recorded at 16.4 degree celsius at night. The mercury was recorded at 22.9 degree celsius in Shajapur.
There was a drop of 2 degree celsius in Bhopal and the temperature reached 23.7 degree celsius. The temperature was 23 degree celsius in Ujjain, 23.8 degree celsius in Dhar, 23.6 degree celsius in Raisen, 23.2 degree celsius in Ratlam.
Senior meteorologist said that a new western disturbance will be active in the state from tonight. Due to this, the rainy season is expected to start again. It will rain the most in the Indore-Ujjain division.
On November 30, rain with lightning is expected in other districts including Dewas, Sehore, Shajapur, Dhar, Indore, Ujjain, Rajgarh, Bhopal. The weather will remain changed in the state on December 1 also.
The Meteorological Department has issued an alert of light to moderate rain in 12 districts including Bhopal, Jabalpur, Chhindwara in the next few hours. According to the Meteorological Department, light rain may occur at isolated places in Chhindwara, Narsinghpur, Bhopal, Bhimbetka of Raisen and Sanchi, Vidisha, North Betul, Sehore, Sagar, Damoh, Jabalpur, Umaria and Balaghat.
Moderate rain with lightning is likely to continue in Pachmarhi in Narmadapuram district.
Meteorologists said that there is a possibility of lightning during the activity of the system, hence an advisory has been issued. People should not stand under trees during thunderstorms.