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Gwalior-Chambal region sizzles

WHILE THE Eastern and Central parts of the State experience thunderstorm and scattered rains keeping the temperature somewhat in control, the Gwalior-Chambal region is experiencing heat wave conditions with the temperature in Sheopur Kalan touching 47 degrees on Monday. Almost the entire region is sizzling with Gwalior recorded a maximum of 45.2 degrees.

india Updated: May 30, 2006 14:43 IST

WHILE THE Eastern and Central parts of the State experience thunderstorm and scattered rains keeping the temperature somewhat in control, the Gwalior-Chambal region is experiencing heat wave conditions with the temperature in Sheopur Kalan touching 47 degrees on Monday. Almost the entire region is sizzling with Gwalior recorded a maximum of 45.2 degrees.

However in Eastern and Central parts too, the temperature rose during the last three days and the weather became quite stuffy and uncomfortable due to high humidity. For residents in the capital, weather conditions remained quite
uncomfortable right through Monday with high temperature and unbearable humidity during the late afternoon.

Though there were clouds by evening giving some respite, it was not of much help. The maximum temperature of the day was recorded at 39.6 degrees, which is normal for the season.

The Northern parts of the State along with Rajasthan are experiencing heat wave conditions with the no weather system available to feed moisture to this area, Director of the Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC) Dr D P Dubey said.
The citizens in these parts of State are thus getting a feel of the nautapa.

On the other hand, system has been continuously developing over Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea, leading to moisture incursion in Central and Eastern MP, causing clouding, thunderstorm and rains. Presently, an upper air cyser is persisting in the Arabian Sea and while intensifying in moving towards Gujarat, causing the moisture incursion in parts of the State, Dr Dubey said.

During the last 24 hours, many places in Jabalpur, Sagar and Bhopal divisions received some rains and thunderstorm activity. The met department said during next 24 hours, parts of Bhopal, Indore, Hoshangabad and Jabalpur divisions would experience thunderstorm activity.

Some areas are also expected to experience very high velocity winds. Indore recorded maximum of 41 degrees and Jabalpur recorded 40.1 degrees.

Heat wave conditions would persist in the Gwalior-Chambal region, with temperature soaring way above normal.