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Chill to set in after December 15 in Malwa Nimad region

The meteorological department, Bhopal, on Monday predicted that chill will set in Malwa-Nimad area after December 15, before which it will be moderately cold.

indore Updated: Dec 06, 2016 11:12 IST
Northerly winds blowing across the Malwa Nimad area from Monday will pull down temperatures in the region in coming days.
Northerly winds blowing across the Malwa Nimad area from Monday will pull down temperatures in the region in coming days.(Arun Mondhe/HT photo)

The meteorological department, Bhopal, on Monday predicted that chill will set in Malwa-Nimad area after December 15, before which it will be moderately cold.

IMD Bhopal director Anupam Kashyapi said northerly winds blowing across the area at a maximum speed of 15 km an hour from Monday will pull down temperatures in coming days, which will bring chill in Malwa-Nimad. “But expect the actual vigour of cold after December 15,” Kashyapi said.

IMD said that a western disturbance approaching from Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan will move towards Jammu and Kashmir in a few days, which may change the wind pattern, but its effect will be short-lived.

On Monday, Indore city recorded maximum temperature of 27.2 degrees celsius, which was one degree below normal. The minimum temperature at 11.9 degrees celsius was normal. Winds blew from north and north-east for most part of the day reaching maximum speed of nine kilometres an hour. Morning and evening humidity was 65% and 41% respectively.

City’s maximum and minimum temperatures have remained more or less the same in last two days.