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Jun 13, 2019
9:58AM

Normal life disrupted due to intense heat in Madhya Pradesh

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In Madhya Pradesh, normal life has been disrupted due to intense heat. Most places in the state are witnessing temperatures is above 42 degrees Celsius.

Scorching heat to severe heat wave conditions was seen in Madhya Pradesh for many days due to a prolonged dry spell. The weather in Madhya Pradesh has been almost dry till now in June.

MeT officials informed that the wind direction is expected to change in wake of Cyclone Vayu. So, many places including Bhopal, Gwalior and Jabalpur would get to see isolated rain and thundershowers within next 24 hours.

These activities will help in dropping the temperatures by two to four degrees. Still, mercury levels will be high with temperatures above 40 degrees and no possibility of much relief from the heat.

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