Bihar Weather update: Rain expected across the state for two days, special alert issued for 13 districts
Newz Fast, New Delhi: People have got some relief from the scorching heat. Due to monsoon, the weather will remain damp for the next two days. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has issued an alert for 13 districts.
Due to the active monsoon, all the districts of the state including the capital are expected to receive light rain with thunderstorms for two days.
On the other hand, in 13 districts of the state, East and West Champaran, Gopalganj, Sitamarhi, Sheohar, Muzaffarpur, Darbhanga, Madhubani, Saharsa, Madhepura, Supaul, Araria and Kishanganj districts are forecast for thunder and thunder.
In view of these weather effects, an alert has been issued according to the Meteorological Center Patna. The highest rainfall was recorded at 93.5 degree Celsius in Darbhanga district Kamtaul of the state.
Sheikhpura was the hot city of the state with 37.2 degree Celsius
The temperature of the capital was recorded at 35.0 degree Celsius.
Darbhanga's Kamtaul recorded 93.5 mm of rain
Forecast of thunder and thunder in 13 districts
According to meteorologists, the western end of the monsoon trough is passing through Bhatinda, Rohtak, Shahjahanpur and the eastern end is passing through the foothills of the Himalayas.
Due to its effect, lightning and light to moderate rainfall are expected at many places of the state. On Sunday, the capital's maximum temperature was recorded at 35.0 degrees Celsius, rising two degrees above normal, while Sheikhpura was the hot city of the state with 37.2 degrees Celsius.
Rainfall recorded in these districts
93.5 mm in Darbhanga's Kamtaul
61.8 mm in Ramnagar
52.2 mm in Kumarkhand
48.6 mm in Gopalganj
44.6 mm in Madhepura
44mm in Forbesganj
43.2 mm in Aurangabad
42.6 mm in Bhabua and Chatiya
42.2 mm in Murliganj
41.6 mm in Singheshwar
37.4 mm in Taibpur
34 mm in Sitamarhi
33.0 mm in Gaya