Mercury rising in MP
Bhopal, Dec 4 (UNI) With an increase in day and night temperature, the mercury rose four to five notches above normal in most areas of Madhya Pradesh.
Winter rain, known as 'mawthey' in this region, and cold northern winds brought down the temperature over the past few days but the clouds and winds are both heading west. The world-renowned tourist destination Khajuraho recorded 12 degrees Celsius, the lowest in the state.
A Regional Meteorological Centre spokesman said, ''cyclonic circulation exists in the vicinity of eastern Rajasthan. Isolated thundershowers are likely in Gwalior, Chambal and Ujjain divisions over the next 24 hours.'' The state capital recorded a high of 31.4 degrees and low of 17.8 degrees today.
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