Jharkhand weather report: Nip in the air at night
Dry weather is expected to continue until March 1
Posted on 02/26/20, 6:48 PM
The resumption of northwesterly winds will cause nighttime readings to drop by at least three degrees Celsius in Jharkhand over the next 48 hours, the meteorologist predicted on Wednesday.
âDry weather will prevail in the state starting Thursday. This will cause the minimum readings to drop by at least three degrees Celsius over the next 48 hours, âsaid the director of the Ranchi SD Kotal Weather Center.
Dry weather is expected to continue until March 1.
Cloud formation and light rain are expected in some pockets of northeast and central Jharkhand due to a disturbance to the west crossing through northern parts of the country. It is expected to trigger a cyclonic circulation over western Rajasthan.
On Wednesday, Ranchi recorded a minimum temperature of 13 Â° C against 15.1 Â° C on Tuesday.
The local meteorological observatory in Jamshedpur recorded a minimum temperature of 15.2 Â° C on Wednesday compared to 17.8 Â° C the day before.
Minimum readings have also fallen in several other districts, including Koderma, Hazaribagh and Giridih.
The Palamau siege in Daltonganj, which witnessed hailstorms and rain on Tuesday, recorded a slight increase in readings.
The local IMD observatory in Daltonganj recorded a minimum temperature of 13.9 Â° C against 12.7 Â° C on Tuesday.
Statistics showed that the highest rainfall of 90mm was recorded in Deoghar in the last 24 hours.
Hailstones measuring 2.5 cm were reported in Bokaro on Tuesday evening.
Mohanpur in Deoghar recorded 70mm rain while Pathargama in Godda witnessed 42mm of rain. Hindgir in the district of Ranchi and Dumka exceeded 25 mm.
Reports of rain also poured in from Ramgarh, Latehar, Koderma and Dhanbad. The city of steel experienced light showers on Wednesday afternoon.