Bhopal, Jan 30 - With cold winds not blowing over Madhya Pradesh, the winter chill has taken a backseat in the state, which has been witnessing comfortable weather conditions since the past few days.
Pachmarhi hill station was the state’s coldest at 7 degrees Celsius, two marks below normal.
The corresponding figure in Umaria, Malajkhand and Narsinghpur was 10 degress Celsius– which is normal – whereas the state capital recorded 14.4 degrees Celsius, three degrees above normal.
Indore, Gwalior and Jabalpur experienced minimum temperatures of 15, 12.5 and 14 degrees Celsius; which were five, four and three degrees above normal respectively.
“In the next 24 hours, the state is likely to experience dry weather. Scattered fog may be witnessed at some places,” a Regional Meteorological Centre official said.