State continues to sizzle with start of Nautapa

Bhopal: With the beginning of Nautapa, the scorching heat continued in the state on Saturday also. Along with the heat during the day, it is showing its effect even at night. Malwa-Nimar and Gwalior-Chambal areas were scorched by the heat. Guna was the hottest in the state. A record 46.6 degree temperature was recorded here.

Meanwhile, in Rajgarh, the mercury has reached 46.3 degrees. The maximum temperature of the day in Bhopal was 43.7 degrees. The day temperature in Indore reached 44.1 degrees.

Meteorologist Vedprakash Singh said that there is a circle of cyclonic winds over Rajasthan. Trough line is also passing. Due to this, the moisture coming from the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea is active in the form of clouds. Along with this, there is a low pressure area in the south-west Bay of Bengal. Due to this also the effect of heat has increased.

The mercury was 42.4 degrees in Gwalior and 41.5 degrees in Jabalpur. It was also hot in Narmadapuram, Sidhi, Umaria, Betul, Mandla, Chhindwara, Khajuraho, Naugaon, Raisen, Datia, Narsinghpur, Sagar, Shivpuri, Tikamgarh, Damoh, Dhar and Khargone. The temperature here ranged between 40 degrees to 44.6 degrees. Meteorologist Vedprakash Singh said that a severe heat wave alert has been issued in a dozen districts.

Hot winds coming from Rajasthan

Meteorologists say that due to the hot winds coming from North-West Rajasthan, the temperature is continuously increasing in the districts of the state. It seems likely that its impact will continue during Nautapa which started from Saturday. Due to the scorching heat, the heat wave is showing its effects, people are having to spend time by staying inside their homes throughout the day.

Heat wave will prevail in these dists

On Sunday, red alert of heat wave has been issued in other districts including Indore, Rajgarh, Shivpuri, Gwalior, Datia, Bhind, Morena, Sheopur, Tikamgarh, Chhatarpur, Niwari, Guna, Ashok Nagar.

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