Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Daytime temperatures were 4 degrees Celsius below normal on Sunday, sending dust squalls across the city and relieving residents of the heat. Initially, winds were blowing at 20 km/h, but in the afternoon, winds blew over 26 km/h, and commuters had a hard time as the road was barely visible in the dust.
Officials with the local weather service said conditions would remain the same on Monday, with temperatures likely to rise for the next few days.
Humidity was high in the morning, and clouds continued to cover the city sky all day long, making for a pleasant weather. Changing climatic conditions brought much-needed relief to people from the nasty weather, but it remained short-lived as temperatures rose again in the evenings.
“The western disturbance as a cyclonic circulation is in and around Punjab at the mid-tropospheric level and the cyclonic circulation is in central Madhya Pradesh at the lower tropospheric level. A low-lying trough runs all the way to southern Tamil Nadu, and another trough runs in the middle-tier of the troposphere from West Bengal and Sikkim in the Himalayas to Chhattisgarh,” the official added. No change on Monday.
Sunday’s high was 36.2 degrees Celsius, four degrees below normal, and Saturday night’s temperature was 21.5 degrees Celsius, one degree below normal.
Published: Monday, April 24, 2023, 10:33 AM IST