Bhopal: Routine of warm days and nights continued as the temperature remained well above the normal mark in Bhopal on Thursday as well. Experts said, people will have to wait some more for the exciting winter weather to set in when cold northerly winds blow over the state.
Officials of the meteorological department, Bhopal circle said, there is no system over the state at this juncture that could alter the mood of the weather lords; hence dry weather would continue to rule for a while.In fact, dip in the temperature is unlikely for the next three days due to impact of a western disturbance in northern parts, Met officials reiterated.
Day temperature in Bhopal on Thursday was recorded at 34.2 degrees Celsius, three degrees more than normal mark, while night temperature in the city was 17.3 degrees Celsius, a degree more than normal.
In the forecast for Bhopal on Friday Met officials said, there would be clear sky and dry weather would prevail. Day and night temperature would be 33 degrees Celsius and 17 degrees Celsius, respectively; average wind speed would be 10 kilometres per hour.
Met officials said in the forecast for state, there would be clear sky with no major change from the existing weather conditions. tnn
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