Alert in Jharkhand regarding Cyclone Remal, Several Trains and Flights Cancelled

Ranchi: The impact of Cyclone Ramal is being seen in many districts of Jharkhand.

Clouds scattered in many districts including Dhanbad, Deoghar.

The effect of storm Remal can be seen in the areas of Santal and Kolhan.

Here the wind can blow at a speed of 50 to 60 km per hour.

The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert of rain in many parts of the state till May 28.

There is no possibility of any change in the weather till June 1.

Several Trains including Hatia-Jharsugda Express Train cancelled in wake of Cyclone ‘Remal’ at Hatia Railway Station, Railway Officials said, in Ranchi on Monday.

Ranchi bound Kolkata Flight including several other flights on board to eastern India were cancelled, an official at Birsa Munda International Airport said, on Monday.

On the other hand, in many districts of the state the temperature is still recorded around 40 degrees Celsius.

Light to moderate rain was recorded at isolated places in the state during the last 24 hours.

The highest rainfall of 16.2 mm was recorded at Kurdeg in Simdega district.

The highest temperature in the state was recorded at 42.4 degrees Celsius in Seraikela while the lowest temperature was recorded at 25.5 degrees in Ranchi.

The areas which received rain included Baharagado, Kanker, Chatra, Ramgarh, Hazaribagh, Mandu, Pakur.

The Meteorological Department has predicted light rain with thunder in the north-eastern, central and southern parts of the state on Tuesday.

There are chances of rain in the eastern and central parts of the state on May 28.

There are chances of rain in many parts of the north-eastern part of the state on May 29 and 30.

There are chances of light to moderate rain with thunder in the eastern part of the state on May 30 and June 1.

On May 28, there was a yellow and orange alert in two different parts of the state.

Orange alert is in place in Sahibganj, Godda, Pakur, Dumka, Deoghar, Jamtara, Giridih, Dhanbad, Bokaro, Seraikela, East and West Singhbhum while yellow alert has been issued in other parts of the state.

In many parts of the state the temperature is now crossing the 40 mark.

In the areas of the state where the temperature crossed 40, Garhwa – 42.3, Godda – 40.4, Palamu – 42.8 and Seraikela recorded a temperature of 40.6 degrees.

The temperature in no district of the state is less than 37 degrees Celsius.

Among the maximum temperatures in the state where the lowest temperatures have been recorded, Bokaro – 37.2, Latehar – 37.1.

While in all other parts of the state the temperature is crossing the figure of 38.

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