Temperature increased by nine degrees in four days, Jamshedpur and Medininagar are the hottest

Ranchi: As the monsoon rains recede, the temperature has started rising. According to the data of the Meteorological Department, the temperature of the capital Ranchi has increased by nine degrees in the last four days. The increase in temperature is being seen not only in the capital Ranchi but also in other districts of the state.

Temperatures in other districts of the state have also increased rapidly. Despite the rains in some parts of the state including Santal Pargana, the weather is feeling hot in the afternoon after the weather is clear.Along with the rise in temperature, it also rained in many parts of the state. But rain is increasing the humidity. During this, there may be light rain in some parts of the state including the capital. The rains during this time will not give much relief.

The Meteorological Department has said, “Due to the increasing heat, there will be rain due to the clouds formed.” Jharkhand is witnessing deficient monsoon.

According to the data released by the Meteorological Department, Jamshedpur and Medininagar are the two areas which have been the hottest in the last 24 hours. Jamshedpur’s maximum temperature was 36.6 degrees and Medininagar’s temperature was 35.0 degrees.

In the capital Ranchi, the temperature here has increased by nine degrees between June 28 and July 1. Ranchi’s maximum temperature was 24.4 degrees on June 28, which reached 33.0 degrees on July 1.

On June 28, the maximum temperature in the capital was six degrees below normal, now two and a half degrees above normal. According to the Meteorological Department, due to the possibility of light rain at some places in the state, there is no major change in the maximum temperature.

According to meteorologist Abhishek Anand, there will be some decrease in monsoon activity till July 5. During this, light rain may occur at some places including the capital. There is little chance of major changes in the maximum temperature for the next four days. 

Monsoon may become active again after July 5.

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