Heatwave alert in 11 districts of Jharkhand, Deoghar remained hottest in last 24 hours – MeT Department

Ranchi: The Meteorological Department in Jharkhand has issued a heat wave alert in Garhwa, Palamu, Bokaro, Dhanbad, Giridih, Deoghar, Jamtara, Dumka, Godda, Pakur and Sahibganj districts on Monday.

There are also chances of rain along with thunder in the eastern, southern and adjoining central parts of the state.

On May 21, an alert of rain along with strong wind and thunderstorms was issued in most parts of the state.

The Meteorological Department has predicted rain in many parts of the state till May 24.

There will be dark clouds in Hazaribagh and Koderma, there is also a possibility of rain, but it will be hot in Chatra.

The maximum temperature here can go up to 39 to 41 degrees, while the temperature of Hazaribagh and Koderma will be lower than Chatra.

The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for all places except Garhwa, Palamu, Chatra and Latehar.

The Meteorological Department has issued an alert for Tuesday.

During this period in the state, the maximum temperature is likely to be around 38 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature is likely to be around 26 degrees Celsius.

If we look at the weather of the last 24 hours in the state, there are chances of light to moderate rain with thunder and strong wind in many parts of the state.

The highest rainfall in the state, 22.8 mm, has been recorded in East Singhbhum.

The highest temperature in the state was recorded at 42.1 degrees Celsius in Deoghar and the lowest at 25.2 degrees Celsius in Chaibasa.

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