- Scientist Sarwate of the Meteorological Center said that there is not expected to be any change in the weather conditions in the state for a day or two.
May 20, 2020, 09:33 PM IST
Bhopal. The weather patterns are expected to remain dry during the next 24 twenty-four hours amid light rains in some places in the state for several days. Winds are blowing at most places in the state today. Such a situation has arisen due to the storm of Amfan. Due to this effect, the speed of wind has been running at a speed of 30 to 40 km per hour in many places including the capital Bhopal. Even today, maximum temperatures have been recorded between 40 and 44 degrees Celsius at 25 places in eastern and western Madhya Pradesh.
Scientist Uday Sarwate of Bhopal Meteorological Center said that due to the impact of 'Amfan' storm on the weather activities of the state, the moisture coming from Bengal and Arabian Sea has stopped. In this situation, the weather trend is expected to remain dry for a couple of days. He informed that there is a possibility of hot winds at some places in Nimar region of the state. Ujjain, Ratlam, Khargone, Dhar, hot winds may prevail at these places.
Sarwate also informed that there is not expected to be any change in the weather situation in the state for a day or two. According to the bulletin of the meteorological department, the weather remained dry in the districts of all divisions of the state during the last 24 hours. Khargone in the state recorded the highest maximum temperature of 45 degree Celsius. The weather remained dry in the capital Bhopal since Wednesday morning. Strong winds at the rate of 40 kilometer per hour in the evening. The weather trend can remain the same here on Thursday on Thursday.