MP Weather Update: Bhopal (Navdunia Representative). The Southwest Monsoon has entered Kerala on Thursday. On the other hand, due to the continuous moisture coming from the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea, the humidity has started increasing in Madhya Pradesh. Along with this, many districts of the state including the capital are receiving rain and thundershowers. In this sequence, Chhindwara, Mandla received 4.0, Guna 2.0, Ujjain 0.6, Dhar 0.4 mm of rain from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm on Thursday. It rained in Bhopal. According to meteorologists, now the pre-monsoon activities will intensify further. Under this, there is a possibility of rain and thundershowers in the entire state.
According to the information received from the Meteorological Center, the maximum temperature of the capital was recorded at 36.9 degrees Celsius on Thursday. Which is four degrees above normal. remained low. Also, it was 2.5 degrees less than Wednesday’s maximum temperature (39.4 degrees Celsius). The minimum temperature is 23.4 degrees Celsius. Recorded. It was also four degrees below normal and 1.8 degrees Celsius lower than Wednesday’s minimum temperature (25.2 degrees Celsius). Meteorologist PK Saha said that due to the continuous moisture coming from the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, the moisture in the atmosphere has started increasing. Due to this, where the humidity has started increasing, there are thunderstorms and showers as the temperature rises.
Four systems are active
Ajay Shukla, former senior meteorologist of the Meteorological Center said that at present, a Western Disturbance is active in the form of a trough line over Afghanistan and adjoining Pakistan. A trough is persisting over North Chhattisgarh. An Upper Air Cyclone is persisting over Konkan in Arabian Sea. A trough is extending from Kerala to Karnataka. Due to these four weather systems, we are getting moisture. Meanwhile, monsoon has reached Kerala. Due to this, the process of intensifying pre-monsoon activities has started in MP. Due to this, there is a possibility of rain and thundershowers in the entire state.
Monsoon will not be affected due to lack of heat on Nautapa
This year, April and May have not been relatively hot. The temperature has not increased even in Nautapa (from 25 May to 2 June). It is generally said that the monsoon is not good if the heat is not high. In this case, Ajay Shukla says that more heat is also a factor for a better monsoon, but the temperature is inevitable over Rajasthan and adjoining Pakistan. It is very hot in that area.