Monsoon weakened again in Jharkhand, Cloudy sky but no rain, Meteorological Department issued yellow alert

Ranchi:  Monsoon is likely to remain weak over Jharkhand including its capital Jharkhand during next 4 days.

During this, it will be partly cloudy in most parts of the state.

Despite this, a yellow alert has been issued for heavy rains on different days in Santal Parganas, Kolhan and Palamu.

Along with this, light rain with thunder and lightning has been warned in some places in the entire state.

Monsoon is once again weakening in Jharkhand.

The sky is cloudy but it is not raining.

This is the condition of the weather in many parts of the state.

The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of heavy rains in different areas of Santal and Palamu.

Yellow alert has been issued regarding this.

There is a possibility of rain with thunder in other parts of the state as well.

The weather is such that it is neither too hot nor too cold.

This is the weather pattern in many parts of the state.

The maximum temperature in the capital Ranchi is 27.8 degree Celsius.

The minimum temperature recorded is 22.6 degree Celsius.

Jharkhand received rains till August 8 after changing weather patterns.

After this, farmers have got some relief in many parts of the state.

Planting started where water reached the fields due to rain, where water could not reach, that is being cultivated after patwan.

Today the Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of rain.

It has rained in the Santal area of the state in the last 24 hours.

Monsoon is 36 per cent deficient in the state.

Jharkhand received 384.3 mm of rain, which is 36 per cent less than normal.

The capital has received 495 mm of rainfall, 35 per cent less as compared to 619.3 mm.

There is a possibility that this lack of rain can be completed in the coming days.

Monsoon became active again in Jharkhand from July 28 and till August 4, almost all parts of the state received good rains.

About 70 percent paddy has been sown in the state.

Earlier, there was no rain in the months of June-July due to the weakening of the monsoon and the fear of drought had started to scare.

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