Temperature drops a bit but heatstroke possible: Met
| Monday | 1st April, 2019
In Ujjain, maximum temperature was recorded at 39 degrees.
The temperature in Dhar also was 41 degrees.“Heatstroke like condition is due to hot weather in Gujarat and Rajasthan .
Meanwhile in Ratlam, it was 41 degree Celsius, five degrees above normal.
After a few days, situation is likely to diffuse and temperature is likely to drop a degree or two,” Gurudutt Mishra, Indian meteorological department official said.For Indore, temperature is likely to drop a few degrees after two days, in pockets across western Madhya Pradesh, severe heatwave is on forecast till April 5.
INDORE: After heating the Indore pitch with a 40, the sun’s wrath continues to grow with the weatherman forecasting possibility of heatstroke in Indore and Ujjain divisions on April 1.The maximum temperature was however a little forgiving at 38.5 degree Celsius on Sunday owing to an induced cyclonic circulation over north western Madhya Pradesh , districts of Gwalior, Bhind , Morena, where maximum temperature dropped by 3 degrees.However due to induced cyclonic circulation over Gwalior, night temperature in Indore rose to 22.1 degree Celsius, which was 3.6 degrees above normal.The effect of induced cyclonic circulation did not reach till southern parts of the state in districts of Khargone and Khandwa, where maximum temperature was again recorded at 44.7 degrees, 6.3 degrees above normal, causing heatstroke.In neighboring districts of Ujjain, Ratlam and Dhar, maximum temperature was recorded above normal.
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