As no significant weather system is present, dry weather is continuing over the entire Central India region.
At present, northerly winds are blowing over Chhattisgarh, whereas north- northwesterly over Madhya Pradesh. On the other hand, north-easterlies, soon to become easterlies are blowing over Maharashtra.
During the last 24 hours, dry weather prevailed over the entire region. Moreover, moderate fog was also observed over some places of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. Meanwhile, cold wave conditions are prevailing over western parts of Madhya Pradesh.
Talking region wise, in West Madhya Pradesh, minimums over Betul has been recorded at 4.5℃, below normal by 5.4℃, while 3.6℃ over Datia, below normal by 4.1℃.
The beautiful hill station- ‘Pachmari’ in Madhya Pradesh has recorded temperatures around 2℃.
In East Madhya Pradesh, Khajuraho has recorded lowest minimum at 2.4℃, which is below normal by 6.7℃, followed by Nowgong at 4℃, below normal by 4.3℃.
Coming towards Vidarbha region, Nagpur has recorded minimums around 8.6℃, below normal by 3.9℃ while Brahmpuri at 9.9℃, below normal by 3.9℃.
Over Chhattisgarh region, Ambikapur has recorded its minimum temperature at 7.8℃ while Pendra at 8.0℃.
During the next 24 hours, we expect cold wave conditions to continue over northern and eastern parts of Madhya Pradesh. However, minimums will rise over southern parts of Chhattisgarh, South Madhya Maharashtra as well as Konkan region.
In the coming days, light to moderate fog will prevail over many places of Madhya Pradesh with a notable drop in its night temperatures.
On the other hand, haze and mist will form over many parts of Gujarat and rest of Maharashtra. Further, patchy fog may appear over coastal region of Gujarat during early morning hours with a drop in minimums over its northern parts.
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