MP Weather: Cold wave chilled the state, mercury dropped sharply in many districts

Bhopal . Due to the snowfall in the northern hill states, the mercury has dropped sharply in many districts of Madhya Pradesh due to the cold winds coming from there. The minimum temperature in many districts has dipped below normal, due to which there was dense fog.

During the last 24 hours, there was an effect of cold wave in Gwalior, Seoni, Datia, Sagar and Naugaon of Madhya Pradesh. Apart from this, the minimum temperature dropped significantly during the last 24 hours in the districts of Bhopal, Sagar and Gwalior divisions.

Senior meteorologist Ajay Shukla said that the icy winds coming from Jammu and Kashmir have given a chill to the city. From December 19, the temperature will drop further, that is, it will start getting cold in the region. Also there will be fog. Fog may also last for two to three days. 

At the same time, there is a possibility of a cold wave, which means that the coming days can be very troublesome in terms of cold. In the last 24 hours, the lowest minimum temperature of 4 degree Celsius was recorded in Gwalior, Datia and Naugaon in the state. Cold wave is likely to occur at isolated places for the next three days in 14 districts of Sagar, Gwalior and Chambal divisions.

weather will be like this ahead

There is no weather influencing system. Due to this, the north wind will continue to come. This wind is bringing with it icy coolness from Jammu and Kashmir. Due to this the night temperature will continue to drop. The temperature will drop more from December 19. Moderate to dense fog may also occur. Due to cloud and drizzle, the moisture has come in the air.

Fog can last for two days. If the fog is umbrella during the day, then the sun will not come out. This period of cold may continue till December 25. Cold wave has started blowing over most parts of North India. Cold wave can reach Gwalior in 24 hours. Due to this, there is a possibility of cold wave in Gwalior as well.

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