MP Weather: Monsoon returns in parts of Madhya Pradesh, feeling of slight coolness starts in the morning and at night
Newz Fast, New Delhi: A key parameter of the onset of monsoon is the movement of north-westerly winds at lower levels and the change in jet stream currents that move from east/southeast to west or west-southwest.
These currents run at a height of more than 10 km, and have a great effect on the weather. Simultaneously, an anticyclone is formed over Rajasthan or Pakistan. In English it is called an anticyclone.
The weather becomes completely dry in all the surrounding areas and the winds always move towards the low pressure area per cyclone, that is why the northwest winds at this time in north and central India have moved southeast/south full of moisture. Westerly winds have taken the place
Therefore, the supply of moisture coming from the sea is stopped in all the areas of Madhya Pradesh and North India, due to which the clouds that we see in the afternoon usually form during the monsoon.
They are not visible to us and the north westerly winds are dry, due to which there is a strong sun during the day time especially in October, but as the evening approaches, as soon as a little moisture increases, there is a feeling of pink cold.
The sun has now become dakshinayan, due to which its rays do not fall straight in central and north India, hence there is a change in the weather.
Now we are entering from rainy to winter season, after sometime by first week of November, day temperature will gradually decrease, and it will come below 30 degree Celsius, at present night time in many parts of Madhya Pradesh The temperature has dropped below 20 °C.
Pachmarhi recorded a minimum temperature of 13 degrees Celsius this morning, Raisen 14.2 degrees Celsius and Betul 15.4 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature in some parts of the country may go down to around 12 degree Celsius.
A Cyclonic Circulation is likely to form over North Andaman Sea and adjoining areas around October 18
It will move west-northwestwards towards west-central and adjoining southwest Bay of Bengal
It is likely to turn into a low pressure area around October 20, beyond this it can also take the form of a cyclonic storm, it is very likely, if its track moves towards central India, then rain once again in Madhya Pradesh around Diwali can be seen
At the moment it is difficult to say which way it will go, which is monitored by some of the most proficient numerical model GFS or the European model, I will tell more about this after getting a little more clear.