IMD MP Weather Update: Winter has started in Madhya Pradesh. However, we will have to wait a bit for the cold weather. According to the same meteorologists, the departure of the rain has been delayed, but the cold days are now decreasing. From the second week of December, unrest will increase in Madhya Pradesh.
Due to the cold wind coming from North India, the cold of the state will increase. On the very first day of December, the effect of cold was seen rapidly. According to the Meteorological Department, the effect of cold will remain the same in the state for one week. However, a drop in the weather temperature will be recorded due to cold winds.
No Weather System Active
At present, fluctuations are being seen in the weather of Madhya Pradesh. The direction of the winds is changing. There is a drop in morning and night temperatures. People are getting relief from the strong sunlight in the afternoon. Many weather systems are active to affect the weather of the state, but due to no weather system being active in Madhya Pradesh at present, the effect of cold will be more intense due to the cold wind coming from the north.
Nowgaon of Chhatarpur district is the coldest
Naugaon in Chhatarpur district has been the coldest recorded during 24 hours. The temperature was recorded at 6.3 degree Celsius. Apart from this, the temperature in Pachmarhi Raisen and Gwalior districts has also reached close to 7 degree Celsius. The day temperature is being recorded at 27 degree Celsius. The reason for not getting much cold in November was attributed to the activation of several Western Disturbances.
Minimum temperature continues to fall
According to the Meteorological Department, there will be no significant change in the weather this week. The minimum temperature will continue to fall. After December 4, the sky will be cloudy. Officials say that the temperature will increase due to the active system in the Bay of Bengal, while a rapid drop in temperature will be recorded after the system clears.