No impact of Cyclone ‘Biporjoy’ in Jharkhand, Mercury crossed 45 degree in Godda

Ranchi: The officials of the Indian Metrological Department of Ranchi section said Thursday that there would be no impact of Super Cyclonic Storm ‘Biporjoy’ in Jharkhand. Monsoon will have a landfall in Jharkhand between June 18 to 21. Although neighbouring states of West Bengal and Bihar observe pre-monsoon showers.

Metrological Department Chief Abhishek Anand said “In the next three-four days there will be no any major change in the Temperature and it will remain around 40 Degree Celsius in the state.”

Last year due to El Nino and La Nino, the whole world. Last year less rainfall was the reason behind declaring Jharkhand a drought hit. On Thursday, the Godda district of Jharkhand recorded the highest Temperature of 45.9 degree Celsius.

Districts which recorded highest temperature are Pakur 45.1 Degree Celsius, Deoghar 44.2 Degree Celsius, Garhwa 41.8 Degree Celsius, Giridih 42 Degree Celsius, Gumla 40.6 Degree Celsius, Khunti 40.8 Degree Celsius, , Palamu 42 Degree Celsius, Ramgarh 42.1 Degree Celsius, Sahebganj 42.6 Degree Celsius, Bokaro 41.6 Degree Celsius, Chatra 40.9 Degree Celsius, Simdega 40.5 and West Singhbhum recorded with 42.8 Degree Celsius. 

The temperature recorded in Ranchi on Thursday was 40.6 degree Celsius.

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