The effect of snowfall in Northern India is also visible in Madhya Pradesh. The day temperature in Bhopal dropped by 4.4 degrees in the last 5 days. At the same time, there has been a drop of 3 degrees at night.
Meteorologists said that it is cold during the night as well as during the day. It is mild cold in the morning and evening.
Met told that due to snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, the direction of the winds has also changed. Now northern winds have started coming in the state. Due to this the effect of mild cold has increased. The weather will remain like this for the next few days. After November 20, there will be a further drop in day and night temperatures.
In the first fortnight of November i.e. between 1st and 15th, mixed effects of weather were seen in the capital. The temperature remained at 33 degrees for five days and 34 degrees or more for three days. At the same time, the temperature reached 18 degrees at night. After November 12, the mercury started falling.
There will be cold effect in the next fortnight i.e. between 16th and 30th November. There will also be fog in the morning. The period of decline in temperature both day and night will continue.
On November 4, 1977, the day temperature reached 35.3 degrees Celsius. This is the all-time record for such a temperature in November.
On November 30, 1941, the night temperature reached 6.1 degrees.
There is also a trend of rain in November. In the year 1936, there was 134.1 mm or 5.2 inches of rain in the entire month.
The record of highest rainfall in 24 hours is 76.4 mm i.e. 3 inches on November 10, 1969.