No chance of rain in Jharkhand, Temperature increased, Mercury reached close to 40 Degree Celsius in many districts – MeT Department

Ranchi:  Temperature will increase in Jharkhand from Tuesday. Heavy rain occurred in many parts of the state. The effect of strong wind and rain was also seen in the capital Ranchi. Now gradually the temperature will start increasing in the state.

According to the Meteorological Department, the weather will be dry on Tuesday. Light clouds may be seen in the sky in some districts of the state but there is no sign of any major change in the weather. No alert has been issued on Monday. The temperature in many districts of the state has already reached near 40. The temperature in the state is expected to range between 36 degrees Celsius to a minimum of 19 degrees Celsius. The sky will be clear and the weather is likely to be dry.

There is no sign of any major change in the weather from April 2 to April 6. The temperature may rise by three to five degrees Celsius in the next two to three days. If we look at the weather patterns of the last 24 hours in the state, thunderstorms and moderate rain have been recorded at many places. Highest rainfall has been recorded in the Parsabad area of Koderma. 

The highest temperature in the state was recorded in Deoghar at 39.7 degrees Celsius. The lowest temperature in the state was recorded at Lohardaga at 18.1 degrees Celsius. If we look at the data of change in weather in the last 24 hours, the maximum change in weather has been noticed in Daltonganj in the last 24 hours. 

An increase of 2.9 degrees Celsius has been recorded in the temperature here. After this, the temperature has increased in Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Bokaro and Chaibasa. If we look at the change in temperature in 24 hours, the temperature in Pakur can now cross the figure of 41.9 degrees Celsius. An increase of 5.5 degrees Celsius has been recorded here.

After this, an increase of 5.1 degree Celsius has been recorded in Sahibganj, the temperature has been recorded up to 38.3 degree Celsius. The districts where the temperature is crossing the 40 mark include Godda and Pakur.

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