Hailstorm Damages Crop In Vidisha, Hoshangabad, India
It was yet another day of dense fog in Bhopal on Saturday. Winter rain also occurred in other parts of the state. The weatherman has forecast more fog on Sunday morning.
The blanket of dense fog reduced visibility to 50 metres in Bhopal in morning. Besides, hailstorms in many places, including Vidisha and Hoshangabad, resulted in crop loss.
The met office has also issued a warning of hailstorm in some parts of districts of Rewa, Shahdol, Jabalpur and Sagar during next 24 hours. Weatherman said rain is also likely in the same region.
The places that experienced rain between Friday evening and Saturday evening included Khajuraho, Umaria and Damoh 40 mm each, Rewa, Satna, Sagar and Naogaon 30 mm each, Tikamgarh 20 mm and 10 mm each was recorded in Raisen, Sidhi, Narsingarh and Seoni while a total of 1.0 mm rain was recorded in Bhopal city.
The changed weather condition led to a decline in day temperatures. The temperatures in 4 main cities- Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior and Jabalpur ranged between 21.9 degrees celsius and 7.9 degrees celsius.
The maximum temperature in Bhopal was recorded at 21.9 (-3) degrees celsius against a minimum temperature of 11.6 (+2) degrees celsius. In Indore, maximum temperature was recorded at 20.8 (-5) degrees celsius and the minimum at 7.9 (-2) degrees celsius.
Gwalior recorded a maximum temperature of 15.8 (-6) degrees celsius and a minimum temperature of 13.2 (+7) degrees celsius. The maximum and minimum temperatures in Jabalpur were recorded at 21.4 (-4) degrees celsius and 17.2 (+7) degrees celsius, respectively.