The month of November is usually the driest month for Central India including Madhya Pradesh. Weather systems developing over Bay of Bengal or Arabian sea, they seldom reach up to Madhya Pradesh. This time also, no such weather system has affected the state of Madhya Pradesh till now.
Since, last many days, temperatures have been above normal in most of the parts of the state. Although, minimums dropped significantly between November 9 and 12 due to the continuous flow of cold northerly winds, but since then minimums have increased by 5 to 6 degree Celsius.
The increase in temperatures can be attributed to approach of successive Western Disturbances which restricted the flow of cold winds from Western Himalayas. Since the last two days, cold winds from Northwest have commenced over the state once again, which has led to a marginal drop in the minimum temperatures.
Now, we expect these cold winds to continue for at least next 4 to 5 days as the next Western Disturbance is expected around November 28. Therefore, both day and night temperatures are expected to fall. In the next 3 to 4 days, the minimums may fall by 3 to 4 degree Celsius and maximums by 1 to 2 degree Celsius.
Further, weathermen at Skymet Weather expect that many districts of Madhya Pradesh, will witness single digit minimums by next week which will mark the onset of Winters over the state.
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