Rain alert in Jharkhand from March 6, Possibility of lightning also, Mercury to rise after March 8 – MeT Department

Ranchi: The weather will be dry in Jharkhand from Tuesday.

There are chances of rain again in some parts of the state from March 6.

There may be rain in some districts of the state on March 7 also.

Western disturbance is active in Jharkhand.

There was good rain in the northern and central parts.

Winds also blew at high speed.

If we understand the mood of the last 24 hours, then light and moderate rain with thunder occurred at many places in the state.

The highest rainfall of 39.0 mm has been recorded in Maithon-DVC (Dhanbad).

The strongest winds have occurred in Simdega, its speed has been recorded at more than 55 kmph.

The highest temperature in the state, 29 degrees Celsius, has been recorded in Jamshedpur.

The lowest temperature in the state was 15.4 degrees Celsius in Ranchi.

The Meteorological Department has said that the weather will be completely dry from March 8.

A slight drop in temperature is being observed from 5th to 8th March.

There is also a possibility of thunderstorms along with strong winds in many parts of the state.

There may be rain in the southern parts of the state (especially Kolhan) on March 6 and 7.

The temperature is also changing due to clouds and rain due to western disturbance in Jharkhand.

A drop in maximum temperature has been recorded.

The minimum temperature is slightly above normal.

The maximum temperature in the capital Ranchi on Monday was 26.8 degrees Celsius.

Due to clouds on Sunday, the temperature was around 22 degrees Celsius, seven degrees above normal.

The weather may become stable after March 8.

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