Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, With snowfall in the Kashmir valley, fall in temperature has been recorded at many places in the state particularly western and eastern parts. The Met office has predicted there will be no significant change in temperatures in the next 2-3 days due to the effect of western disturbances.
However, Bhopal got some relief from fog and severe cold conditions but intense cold conditions continued in many parts of the state as mercury plummeted to around 2 degree Celsius in Betul on Monday night which was coldest in the state. In the state capital Tuesday morning was clear and sun shone bright but temperature was still below normal and cold conditions prevailed.
The city recorded day temperature at 22.4 degree Celsius, while night temperature was recorded with slight increase at 7.6 degree Celsius. On Monday Sidhi recorded 1 cm of rainfall.
Meanwhile Indore recorded day temperature with an increase of 4 degree Celsius at 24.8 degree Celsius which was pleasing while night temperature continue to remain harsh and dipped to 7.5 degree Celsius. Mandla recorded night temperature at 4.6 degree Celsius. Khajuraho, Chhindwara, Khargone, Ujjain, Shajapur and Datia recorded night temperature around 6 degrees Celsius on Monday.
Sheopur and Indore day intense cold day condition and Seoni, Damoh, Rajgarh, Dhar, Shajapur and Ujjain witnessed cold day conditions. Warning of shallow to dense fog has been issued for Rewa and Sagar divisions and northern part of the state.
The night temperatures are likely to dip in the next 48 hours days, while day temperatures are less likely to witness changes in the next two days. According to the forecast the day and night temperature would be witnessed around 23 and 7 degree Celsius respectively.