Bhopal Weather News: The weather in Bhopal caused hailstorm and hail fell with rain
Bhopal Weather News: Bhopal (Navdunia Representative). Monsoon has moved towards Kerala. The pre-monsoon movement in the state has also started intensifying, due to which strong winds are blowing and a period of showers has also started. In this sequence, black clouds in the capital started singing like Megh Malhar on Sunday evening. The winds blew. At the same time, the process of strong showers started. During this period, hailstones also fell.
Pre-monsoon activities have started intensifying across the state. Due to this, there are thunder showers in different districts. In the same sequence, there were showers in the capital on Sunday evening with strong winds blowing in the evening. During this period, hailstones also fell.
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Earlier, there were thick clouds from dawn to noon. Sunlight had also come out after noon, but suddenly the weather changed and it started raining in the evening. In the evening, the city of Bhopal received 6.1 mm of rain in half an hour. Meanwhile, from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm, 34.2 in Raisen, 12.0 mm in Sagar. rained out. According to the meteorologists, the districts of Bhopal, Indore, Hoshangabad, Ujjain and Jabalpur divisions will continue to rain.
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According to information received from the Meteorological Center, the maximum temperature of the capital Bhopal was recorded at 39.5 degree Celsius on Sunday. Which is one degree above the normal. Was less. Also 1.3 ° C as compared to Saturday’s maximum temperature (40.8 ° C). Was less. The minimum temperature is 25.8 degrees Celsius. Recorded, which is one degree above normal. It was low and 2.6 degree Celsius against Saturday’s minimum temperature (28.4 degree Celsius). Less.
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Two systems are active in the state
Ajay Shukla, former senior meteorologist at the meteorological center, said that at present, a Dronika line (trough) has been formed from upper air cyclone over eastern Uttar Pradesh to Vidarbha through eastern Madhya Pradesh. Similarly, a Dronika line remains from Punjab to north-west Madhya Pradesh. Due to this, it is raining in different areas of the state with thunder-glow. According to Shukla, there are chances of showers in the districts of Indore, Hoshangabad, Ujjain and Jabalpur divisions including the capital on Monday.