Possibility of rain in Jharkhand amidst the scorching sun from Apr 29

Ranchi: There is the hope of getting relief from the scorching heat in Jharkhand soon as there is a possibility of rain from April 29 which will give the much-needed relief to the people.

Ranchi Meteorological Center in-charge Abhishek Anand said that there is a possibility of rain from April 29. This will bring great relief to the people. It had rained in some districts on April 21 and 22, but after that the temperature started rising.

At present, the temperature in most parts of the state is above 40 degree celsius. People are suffering due to the scorching sun and heat in Jharkhand. Meanwhile, people’s problems have increased due to the heatwave.

According to the Meteorological Center, it may rain from April 29. After this people will get a lot of relief. The maximum temperature of the capital Ranchi again crossed 40 degree celsius.

The maximum temperature of Jamshedpur was 43.1 degrees and Daltonganj was 43.6 degree celsius. So far this year, Jharkhand has experienced more heat waves than Bihar, Odisha and Punjab. From March to April 24, a heatwave prevailed for 11 days in different districts of Jharkhand while it was only two days in Bihar, one in Odisha and only two days in Punjab.

The Center for Science and Environment (CSE) has released this report after analyzing the data received from the Indian Meteorological Department. It has been said that during this period the maximum heatwave has occurred
in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh in the whole country.

Heat wave has lasted for about 25-25 days in both the states. In Gujarat too, there has been a heat wave for 19 days. This time in Uttarakhand also the heat wave lasted for four days. In Uttar Pradesh too, heat wave has prevailed for 11 days.

According to meteorologists, if the temperature exceeds 40 degrees it is considered a heat wave (Loo). If the maximum temperature of a plain district exceeds 40 degree Celsius, then it is called heat wave. Apart from this, even when there is an increase in the maximum temperature from 4.5 to 6.4 degrees celsius above normal, it is called a heat wave. In case of temperature above 37 degree celsius in coastal districts, it is called heat wave.

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