Noticeable dip in temps across state

Bhopal: On Tuesday morning, a noticeable drop in temperatures occurred in Madhya Pradesh as brisk northern winds swept across the state. Bhopal and Narmadapuram, along with various districts, felt the impact of these chilly winds.

Among the affected regions, Pachmarhi, Gwalior, and Rajgarh registered the coldest temperatures. Both day and night temperatures have decreased in these areas, a trend expected to persist for the next 2-3 days. Meteorologists attribute this cold spell to the absence of cloud cover and the inactivity of the Western Disturbance.

Senior meteorologist H S Pandey clarified that no new weather system is influencing the region. Clear skies and reduced humidity are contributing to the current conditions, with cold winds from the northwest intensifying the cold impact in the state.

Rajgarh recorded the lowest temperature in the state, plummeting to a minimum of 7.6 degrees Celsius at night. Pachmarhi remained cool at 8.8 degrees Celsius, while Rewa recorded 10.5, Umaria 10.6, and Guna reported a night temperature of 10.8 degrees Celsius. In other areas, temperatures remained above these figures, with Narmadapuram experiencing the highest night temperature at 15.6 degrees Celsius.

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