Ranchi: The weather pattern in Jharkhand has changed a bit due to which people have got relief from the scorching sun as the temperature has declined a few notches.
The Meteorological Department in its forecast says that Ranchi, Hazaribagh, Jamtara, Koderma, Deoghar, Dumka, East Singhbhum, Seraikela-Kharsawan, Ramgarh, Giridih, Pakur, Sahibganj, Bokaro and Dhanbad districts will receive rainfall coupled with scattered thunderstorms.
The weather of Ranchi is currently reminding the people of the good old days for the last few days as after the scorching heat in the afternoon, it is raining with strong wind. Due to this people are getting some relief from the heat. The weather is expected to remain like this for the next one week. According to the Meteorological Center, people can get relief from the heat in the first fortnight of May.
On May 6, low pressure is also building up and its effect is expected to last for a week. The maximum temperature of Ranchi was recorded at 35.7 degrees celsius which was 1.6 degrees Celsius below normal. The minimum temperature was 20.1 degrees celsius. It is about three degrees less than normal. Ranchi has received about one mm of rain in the last 24 hours.
The Meteorological Center in its forecast has predicted that the maximum temperature of the capital Ranchi can remain between 35 and 36 degrees for the next five days. It will be partly cloudy on May 6. Light rain may also occur with thunder. On May 7, 8 and 9, there will be a partly cloudy sky in the sky. There is a possibility of light rain with thunder again from May 10. Except for the Palamu division, people of other districts have gotten relief from the heat.
The maximum temperature of Jamshedpur was 36.8 degrees. The maximum temperature in most of the districts of Santal Parganas was in the range of 30 to 35-degree celsius. The maximum heat is falling in Daltonganj with the maximum temperature here being recorded as more than 40 degrees celsius. Scientists at the local weather station said that told that a cyclonic circulation is also being formed near Uttar Pradesh. A turf is going from Punjab to Bangladesh via Jharkhand due to this, a low-pressure area will be formed on May 6 and it can turn into a depression on May 8.