With the increase in the activity of rain activities in Bihar, the maximum temperature continues to fluctuate. In some districts, this temperature difference of eight to 12 degrees was observed.
Till two days ago, there was a condition of shivering due to fan wind in the districts facing heat wave. According to meteorologists, this weather trend can be seen in many districts for a day or two. The Meteorological Department has issued an alert for heavy rain in three districts on Thursday. Aurangabad recorded the highest maximum temperature of 39 degrees on Wednesday.
The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for rain with thunder, lightning and wind speed of 30 to 40 km per hour at one or two places in the districts of South Bihar. Apart from this, there is a warning of heavy rain in Purnia, Kishanganj and Katihar on Thursday, strong water may fall at one or two places in these districts. On the other hand, according to the current conditions and forecasts, there are no alerts of any kind in the state since May 27.
What’s the weather forecast on Heatwave?
Due to rain and thunderstorm activities in Bihar, temperature fluctuations are being seen in most of the districts. Meanwhile, there is less possibility of heatwave going on. According to the Meteorological Department, there is no heat wave alert in the state for the next 3-4 days. However, due to increase in temperature, people may lose their sweat in many places.
On Wednesday too, it was partly cloudy in many districts including Patna. In the morning, the weather remained pleasant due to the cold wind, but in the afternoon the humidity and heat troubled the people. Due to the heat of sweating due to the moisture in the atmosphere, people became two-four.
On May 21, Patna’s maximum temperature was 42 degrees, while on May 23 it was recorded at 30.5 degrees. On Wednesday, the day again felt warm with the maximum temperature reaching 37.1 degrees.