Winds blowing from Kashmir bring down temperature in Bhopal
Cool winds coming Kashmir are helping to curtail temperatures in Madhya Pradesh’s capital Bhopal, as per a media report.
Officials of meteorological department, Bhopal circle, according to The Times of India, said there is impact of western disturbance in Jammu and Kashmir due to which strong winds are blowing in Madhya Pradesh that led to curtailing the temperature from going up sharply.
But there is no strong possibility of showers in Bhopal and other parts of state and the temperature will be mainly be on a rising trend, said the report.
The day temperature in Bhopal on Thursday was recorded at 33.5 degrees celsius, which was at the normal mark, while minimum temperature in city was recorded at 17.0 degrees celsius, two degrees less than the normal mark, the report said.