Weather watch: Temperature goes up by 2 degrees, mercury to increase further

Ranchi: Once again temperature has started to increase in the state capital where the maximum temperature has reached the 35 degrees mark which was 2 degrees more than the normal temperature.

During this period the minimum temperature was recorded at 18.6 degrees. According to the weather department in the next three days the temperature will further increase by two degrees.

The weather department has said that a low pressure is currently being developed over Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan whose impact will be visible from March 24.

The MET has predicted that in the next 24 days temperature will be more in Saraikela, East Singhbhum, Palamu and Chatra where the maximum temperature will be around 38 degrees.

During this period Jamshedpur was hottest at 37.7 degrees while Medninagar was coolest at 18.3 degrees.

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