Relief from severe cold in MP, night temperature rises in 29 districts and day temperature in 22, maximum cold in Datia-Pachmarhi

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Relief from severe cold in MP, night temperature rises in 29 districts and day temperature in 22, maximum cold in Datia-Pachmarhi

Bhopal. There has been some relief from the harsh cold in Madhya Pradesh. The temperature has increased at night in 29 and during the day in 22 districts. The nights of Datia and Pachmarhi were the coldest. The minimum temperature was recorded at 5 degrees in both the cities. Pachmarhi was the coldest in the state during the day. The maximum temperature recorded here was 22.4 degrees Celsius. The day remained cloudy in many cities. There was fog in 12 cities including Datia, Gwalior, Rewa, Satna. On Sunday, there may be light drizzle in Dindori, Balaghat, Mandla and Seoni of Jabalpur division.

The day’s mercury was highest in Khandwa at 28.1 degrees Celsius.
According to the Meteorological Department, the weather has changed in Madhya Pradesh due to Western Disturbance. The weather is completely clear in Bhopal and Indore. The maximum temperature was less than 25 degrees in Shivpuri, Khajuraho, Seoni, including 23 degrees in Malajkhand, 23.4 degrees in Raisen. The mercury remained more than 27 degrees in Khargone, Dhar, Betul and Khandwa. Khandwa recorded the highest temperature of 28.1 degrees Celsius. Whereas in Gwalior the temperature rose by 5.7 degrees Celsius in a day and crossed 25 degrees. The temperature also increased in Naugaon, Khajuraho and Tikamgarh, which were cold till now. It was cloudy in Bhopal.

It will feel like heat for the next three days
The Meteorological Department has predicted that the effect of heat will last for the next 3 to 4 days. The temperature can reach 27 to 28 degrees during the day. However, there will be clouds during the day. Talking about big cities, the temperature was 26.8 degrees Celsius in Indore, 25.1 degrees Celsius in Jabalpur and 27.2 degrees Celsius in Ujjain. The day temperature in Bhopal was 25.8 degrees Celsius.

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