Wind will blow 40 km, hail will fall
Winds can blow at a speed of 40 kmph. Accompanied by light to moderate rain at a few places. There is a possibility of hailstorm at some places in Northeast Madhya Pradesh. There is not likely to be any significant change in the maximum temperature in Madhya Pradesh for the next two days. Thereafter, the maximum temperature may drop by 2-4 degree Celsius.
Warning issued in these districts
Rain and thundershowers may occur in Bhopal, Datia, Sheopur Kala, Raisen, Morena, Guna, Bhind, Rajgarh, Khargone, Khandwa, Gwalior, Niwari, Sehore, Burhanpur, Barwani and Alirajpur districts. Lightning may occur in these districts. A warning has also been issued.
Due to this the weather will change
Sudden change in weather is being observed due to possible interaction with the mid tropospheric western trough over the central parts of low level peninsular India, east and northeast India with easterly winds. Due to a new Western Disturbance affecting the Western Himalayan region from March 16, major changes in the weather can be seen further.
MP’s Rajgarh hottest
Rajgarh was the hottest on Monday in Madhya Pradesh. Where the maximum temperature was recorded at 38.2 degree Celsius. On the other hand, the lowest minimum temperature of 13.4 degree Celsius has been recorded in Malajkhand of Balaghat. On the other hand, the Meteorological Department has told in its bulletin that in the coming few days, a drop of two to three degree Celsius can be recorded in the maximum temperature of the state.
Report: Deepak Rai
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