Ranchi: Partly cloudy sky and dry weather would prevail in Jharkhand in the next two days, indicating a forecast issued by IMD’s Ranchi Meteorological Centre.
Satellite pictures suggested that an induced cyclonic circulation over the southwest Rajasthan neighborhood persists, extending up to 1.5 Km above mean sea level. No significant synoptic system exists over the state of Jharkhand.
A partly cloudy sky over western and adjoining central parts will prevail while the rest parts of the state will see a mainly clear sky. Weathermen forecast mist in the morning and dry weather most likely at least in the next 48- hours.
Met statistics suggested that the minimum temperature hovered between 14 and 15 degree Celsius in Ranchi and Jamshedpur. Daltonganj and several other areas of northwestern Jharkhand recorded a minimum temperature of around 13 degree Celsius