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Bihar Weather Today: Severe Heat Up Like Furnace In 6 Districts Of Bihar Today Possibility Of Heat Wave Ann

Bihar Weather Alert: Where there was rain in the northern...

Bihar Weather Alert: Where there was rain in the northern parts of Bihar, on the other hand, there was an increase in the temperature of South Bihar. On Tuesday, the temperature crossed 40 degrees in seven districts of South Bihar. It was the hottest district of the state with the highest maximum temperature of 45 degree Celsius in Buxar. Six districts of the state will burn like a furnace today. Meteorological Department Patna has expressed the possibility of heat wave with scorching heat in these six districts.

These six districts include Buxar, Kaimur, Rohtas, Gaya, Aurangabad and Nawada. On Tuesday, it was 42.9 in Aurangabad, 42.8 in Dehri in Rohtas, 41.7 in Nawada, 41.6 in Gaya, 40.6 in Jamui and 40 degree Celsius in Jiradei in Siwan district. Heat wave conditions prevailed in Buxar, Aurangabad, Nawada and Gaya districts along with scorching heat. The night was very hot in most of these districts.

It rained in many districts on Tuesday

During the last 24 hours, Katihar district’s Kadwa recorded 142.0 mm of rainfall. Dengra Ghat in Purnia district recorded 105 mm and Purnia 87.2 mm. On Tuesday, a total of five places including North Bihar and South Bihar received light or moderate rain. Among them, West Champaran, Banka, Bhagalpur, while Aurangabad and Gaya received light or moderate rain with thunder.

Chances of rain in these districts today

Today rain is forecast at one or two places in Buxar, Kaimur, Rohtas, Madhubani, Supaul, Araria, Kishanganj, Purnia and Katihar districts of Bihar. There will be no significant change in the day temperature for the next 48 hours.

Change in weather due to these reasons

According to meteorology, still the flow of east and south east wind remains up to 0.9 km above the surface in the northern parts of the state. In the southern parts of Bihar, westerly and south westerly air flow remains at 1.5 km above the surface. Along with this, an East West Trough is running from North West Rajasthan to West Assam passing through South Uttar Pradesh, South Bihar and Sub Himalayan West Bengal at 0.9 km above mean sea level. Due to its effect, this change in the weather is visible.

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