Meteorological Department issued rain alert in many parts of the state

Ranchi: Monsoon has a special effect in Jharkhand.  Monsoon is now active in Jharkhand.  The capital Ranchi has received 14 mm of rain.  Rain is expected in many parts of the state in the next 24 hours. Meteorological Department Chief Abhishek Anand Said in the last 24 hours in Jharkhand it rained in most parts.

Simdega received a maximum of 122.6 mm. The low-pressure area has moved towards Odisha. On Tuesday, there is rain in almost all the districts. From 28 the rain will be less. There is the possibility of heavy rain in the areas of Santhal Pargana.

In the last 24 hours, there was 83 mm of rain in Bano, 80 in Kolebira, 53 in Baharagoda, 41 in Putki, 28 mm in Jagannathpur. Monsoon remained active in almost all the districts of the state on Monday. The impact of the cyclone in the Bay of Bengal is clearly visible in Jharkhand. It has been raining all over the state for the last 24 hours.

Due to rain and wind in the surrounding district including Ranchi, the temperature has dropped by 1 degree on Tuesday. The maximum temperature of Ranchi was recorded at 28.2 degrees. The temperature was 29.4 degrees on Sunday. The Meteorological Department has warned of thunder and lightning in the state. People have been urged to be careful from lightning by the MeT Department.

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