Cyclonic circulation to impact Jharkhand’s weather

Ranchi: A cyclonic circulation that originated from the north Bay of Bengal would continue to impact Jharkhand’s weather going forward.

The weatherman said light to moderate rain was expected at several places in the state and also did not rule out the possibility of thunder and lightning in a few isolated pockets.

Describing the monsoon activity as normal over the state for the past few days Ranchi Met Centre said several places in southern, central, and northwestern Jharkhand were expected to experience light to moderate showers ranging between 5 mm and 20 mm. 

Rain data suggested that against a normal of 744 mm, Jharkhand has so far this monsoon actually received 547 mm of rain, a deficit of 27 per cent. Met data suggested that most parts of the state including Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Dhanbad, Bokaro and Hazaribagh recorded day readings between 31 and 32 degrees celsius during the past two days.

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