MP gets some respite from heat
Bhopal, May 14 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh denizens had a respite from scorching heat as temperature fell by a few degrees.
Gwalior witnessed a cloudy sky and recorded a maximum of 41.5 degree Celsius, one degree below normal.
The citadel town had been recording maximum of 44-45 degrees constantly. Yesterday, the temperature remained over 45 degrees.
The fall in temperature is because of the upper air cycle developed over the state's north-eastern region besides western disturbances passing over north India, the meteorological department said.
The department forecasted showers with lightning at some places in Rewa and Sagar divisions in the next 24 hours.
The state capital, which witnessed a cloudy sky, recorded a maximum of 42.4 degree, one degree above normal, while a minimum of 28.9 degree, three notches above normal.
Indore recorded a maximum of 40.2 degree, while the temperature at other places were: Jabalpur (42.5 degree), Satna (41.8) and Rewa (42.5).
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