Bhopal. There was sunshine in the capital since Thursday morning and the heat became intense. The heat in the afternoon made people sweat. Due to this, the day temperature increased by one degree and the maximum temperature reached near 33 degrees. It was 3 degrees more. As soon as the temperature reached 33 degrees, at around 5:30 pm, due to moisture in the air, the local system became active and there were scattered showers in different parts. Somewhere between Hoshangabad Road and JK Road in BHEL area, heavy to moderate showers provided relief. Some parts of MP Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Kolar and Katara Hills also witnessed some coolness in the air due to heavy to moderate showers. Dissolved. Due to this, the heat became less troublesome in these areas after 6 pm, but the humidity increased in other areas of the city. According to the weather centre, there have been thunderstorms and showers after 5:30 pm in many districts of the state including Bhopal.
In a dozen districts including Betul, Guna, Ashoknagar, Shivpuri, Gwalior, Datia, Indore, Vidisha, Sagar, Sehore, Satna, Rewa, there may be thundershowers at isolated places from Thursday evening to Friday morning.
Currently there is no system in the state
According to meteorologist AK Shukla, there is no system in the state right now, but due to the average humidity in the air being up to 80 percent, there are clouds and showers at some places due to the local system when the sun is shining and the temperature reaches around 33 degrees. This process will continue for one week.
A cyclone will form in the upper air tomorrow
According to Shri Shukla, a cyclone will form in the upper part of the air in the Bay of Bengal around 2 to 3 September. But it will not have much effect in the state. After this, between September 7 and 9, many districts including Bhopal may receive normal to moderate rain. But the average quota for September will not be met.