MP: Break on cold due to stopping of snowfall, weather will remain like this for five days

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Bhopal: Due to the snowfall in the Himalayas, a break has also been put on the mild cold falling in Madhya Pradesh. Light heat is being felt in the atmosphere from the second day of Diwali and there has been a jump in the day and night temperatures. According to meteorologists, this temperature will remain for five days now.

Change in weather has been observed in Madhya Pradesh in the last 48 hours. By Diwali, the day-night temperature had come down to three degrees below normal, but after that it has gone up by two to three degrees. Due to this, there is a feeling of light heat during the day and night. However, there is still a slight chill in the morning and evening. Meteorologists say that the Western Disturbance is still weak. The winds are passing over the Himalayas. This is the reason that even when the weather is dry, it does not get too cold. The winds are not strong due to no snowfall in the Himalayas. Winds will be strong due to snowfall and it will come down. After this, the effect of coldness will be visible in Madhya Pradesh also.

Winter will pick up speed after the North-East monsoon

Hussain told that there was South East Monsoon now, now North East Monsoon is starting on 29th October. Due to this, good rains will occur in many areas of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. However, there is no chance of rain in Madhya Pradesh. Only after this, the cold weather will start in Madhya Pradesh. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a good winter in December, January and February. At present, the temperature is not likely to change much. According to meteorologists, the day temperature will remain between 32 to 34 degrees Celsius, while the night temperature will remain around 14 to 16 degrees Celsius. Right now the temperature in many areas had come down to 14 degrees, while the day temperature had come down to 32 degrees. Now again there is a jump of two to three degrees in it.

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