Orange alert of rain and thunderstorm in 19 districts of Jharkhand, Clouds will remain in the state from 23rd to 25th May – MeT Department

Ranchi:  The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert of rain and thunderstorm in many districts of Jharkhand.

There is also a possibility of strong winds during this period.

The areas where there is a rain alert include the north-eastern and adjacent central parts.

Apart from this, there will be cloudy skies in many parts of the state.

The places where the weather department has expressed the possibility of rain today include Pakur, Sahibganj, Jamtara, Deoghar, Dumka, Godda, some areas of Dhanbad.

After the rain, the weather in the state will see a drop in temperature.

The maximum temperature can be 37 degrees.

Meanwhile, the weather suddenly changed in the capital Ranchi on Wednesday morning. The sky is covered with clouds.

The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert from May 23 to May 25.

On May 23, there will be strong winds along with thunder at some places in the state and there is also a possibility of thunderstorms.

On May 24 and 25, the southern part of the state will be affected by thunder and strong winds.

The Meteorological Department has currently predicted the possibility of rain in the state till May 27.

If we look at the weather in Jharkhand in the last 24 hours, there has been rain with thunder and storms at many places in the state.

The highest rainfall in the state was 40 mm which was recorded in Manjhari of West Singhbhum.

The highest temperature in the state was recorded in Garhwa, which was 43.5 degrees Celsius.

The lowest temperature in the state was 21.9 degrees Celsius.

It rained in many areas of the state which included many areas of Khunti, Maheshpur, Giridih, Hazaribagh where it rained.

The places where the impact of strong winds was seen include the areas of Khunti, Simdega, West Singhbhum, Bokaro.

Despite the possibility of rain and thunderstorms, there has been no major relief in the temperature.

There are many districts in the state where the mercury is crossing the 40 mark or is around 40.

The temperature of Garhwa has been recorded at 43.5 degrees.

Gumla has recorded a temperature of 40.5 degrees Celsius, Palamu has recorded a temperature of 43.3 degrees Celsius, and the maximum temperature in Seraikela has also crossed the 40 mark and has been recorded at 41.8 degrees Celsius.

West Singhbhum was 41.3 degrees Celsius.

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