After cold wave, mercury rising gradually in MP
BHOPAL [Maha Media]: AFTER consistent cold waves for last three days, now day and night temperatures have started increasing gradually. Reason for this is formation of an upper air cyclone at a height of one and a half kilometers over Haryana and adjoining western Uttar Pradesh.
Due to this system, wind has shifted towards the east. Because of this, day and night temperatures have started to rise. According to Weather Department, minimum temperature is not expected to further decline as of now as wind turned north-east.
North India is getting cold due to snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir. Due to this temperature has started to fall in many places of the State including the capital, but from Sunday weather patterns have changed.
Minimum temperature rise was recorded at many places in the State.
Maximum temperature recorded in Indore was at 29.9 degrees Celsius which was one degree below normal range and minimum temperature recorded at 11.7(-1) degree Celsius.
Jabalpur recorded maximum at 29(+2)degrees Celsius and minimum at 11.3(-1) degrees Celsius. Gwalior recorded at 26.9(+1) degrees Celsius and minimum at 8.9(-1) degrees Celsius. Maximum temperature recorded for Bhopal is 29 degrees Celsius and minimum at 13 degrees Celsius. Wind velocity recorded was at 12 kms per hour.
Lowest minimum temperature was recorded at Mandla at 7 degrees Celsius.