Weather in MP may get chilly from Diwali

Bhopal: There is a possibility in Madhya Pradesh that the night temperature will start falling from Dhanteras. The effect will start from Gwalior as weather in state may get chilly from Diwali.

Due to western disturbance, a phase of change in weather will begin. Snowfall on the mountains will increase the cold, which can reach parts of the state by Diwali.

Western disturbance is becoming active in North India. Due to which there will be rain and snowfall in Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh. There may be rain in Uttarakhand and Punjab also. Due to its effect, Haryana, Delhi and some parts of UP may experience cold in the next three days.

Meanwhile currently Madhya Pradesh continues to enjoy a milder climate. The state is currently experiencing a more comfortable temperature trend.

Weather expert Ashfaq Husain has clarified that the active Western Disturbance affecting northern India since Tuesday will not bring cold winds to Madhya Pradesh. This weather system is expected to remain active until November 12, and it’s only after this period that a decrease in night temperatures, indicating the onset of colder weather, is anticipated.

In the meantime, daytime temperatures are likely to reach an average of 29-30 degrees Celsius. A significant drop in temperature is predicted after November 20. Nighttime temperatures are expected to range between 16 to 17 degrees Celsius. Husain noted that daytime temperatures are expected to hover around 33 to 34 degrees Celsius for the next few days, while nights will be cooler, particularly in areas with greenery or close to water bodies.

Temp in Bhopal above 33 degrees

The city of Bhopal is experiencing a similar weather pattern, which is expected to persist for the next five days, up until November 12. Over the last few days, the maximum temperature in Bhopal has remained around 33 degrees Celsius. On Monday, the recorded daytime temperature reached 33.8 degrees Celsius, marking the third time in 11 years that the daytime temperature has been this high.

In the past 11 years (from 2013 to 2023), the daytime temperature has exceeded 33 degrees six times. Last year, on November 6-7, the temperature soared to 34.3 degrees Celsius. This year, it reached 33.9 degrees Celsius on Sunday and 33.8 degrees Celsius on Monday.

On Tuesday, several districts in the state, including Shivpuri, Ratlam, Guna, and Damoh, recorded daytime temperatures of 34 degrees Celsius. Similarly, places like Mandla, Narsinghpur, Rewa, Satna, Khandwa, Khargone, and Ujjain experienced temperatures of 33 degrees Celsius or higher. During the night, Betul, Khandwa, Raeesen, Chhindwara, Mandla, Rewa, and Malanjkhand saw temperatures dip below 15 degrees Celsius.

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