Jabalpur Weather: Western Disturbance caused drizzle, weather became pleasant again since morning
Publish Date: | Thu, 18 Mar 2023 : 67 AM (IST)
Jabalpur. Naiduniya Representative. It was a pleasant Thursday morning in Jabalpur. The sky was cloudy and the morning started with drizzle. Drizzle occurred in many parts of the city. At the same time, as the morning progresses, there is a condition of sunshine and shade between the clouds in the sky. According to the Meteorological Department, due to the effect of active Western Disturbance in the hilly areas, the weather pattern has deteriorated again in the month of March. Due to the presence of moisture in the air due to an anti-cyclone formed over the Bay of Bengal, the sky remained cloudy since morning in eastern Madhya Pradesh including Jabalpur. The sun also came out but due to the clouds the effect was less. Humid heat was also felt in the atmosphere. According to the Meteorological Department, due to the effect of Western Disturbance, there may be strong wind accompanied by thunderstorms and drizzle in the districts of the division including Jabalpur till Thursday evening.
Situation will remain for the next two days:
The effect of Western Disturbance in the district including the surrounding areas is likely to remain for the next two days. According to the Meteorological Department, clouds may remain in the districts of the division including Jabalpur on Thursday and Friday. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for lightning, thunder and lightning in the districts of Chhindwara and other divisions including Jabalpur. Such pleasant cloudy weather 18 is expected to continue till March.
Hence the change in the weather:
Biju Jan Jacob, the officer in charge of the Regional Meteorological Office It is reported that a Western Disturbance is currently active as a trough around Afghanistan. An anti-cyclone has also formed in the Bay of Bengal. Due to the progress of Western Disturbance, clouds are being formed due to moisture in the air. The wind direction has also become northwesterly. The wind continued to blow at a speed of four to five km per hour on Tuesday.