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Pre-Monsoon Rains Bring Relief to Bihar, Forecast Predicts Continued Showers

By Neeraj Kumar

Patna: Pre-monsoon activity has intensified in Bihar, bringing continuous rainfall that has provided relief from the heat and humidity. According to the Meteorological Department, this weather pattern is expected to persist for the next three days. On Saturday, Patna and its surrounding areas will experience cloudy skies with light rain anticipated.

The Meteorological Centre in Patna reported rainfall in various parts of Bihar over the past 24 hours. If this weather continues until May 28, residents will enjoy further relief from the scorching heat. There is a possibility of thunderstorms accompanied by winds blowing at speeds of 30-40 km/h. In light of these conditions, people are advised to exercise caution.

A storm and rain warning has been issued for the northern districts of the state. Conversely, the southwestern districts, including Gaya, Jehanabad, Nalanda, Sheikhpura, and Siwan, have a lower chance of rain. Intermittent rainfall has been ongoing for the last ten days. However, information from the District Agricultural Science Centre suggests that the weather is expected to clear up and be sunny over the next three to four days.

Satellite data from the Meteorological Department indicates that Arwal recorded the highest maximum temperature in the state over the past 24 hours at 38.5 degrees Celsius. All other districts recorded temperatures below 40 degrees Celsius, with Valmikinagar at 36, Madhepura at 35.3, Gopalganj at 35.5, Motihari at 34.5, Muzaffarpur at 31, Chhapra at 36.1, Vaishali at 36.4, Buxar at 37.3, Bhojpur at 36, Aurangabad at 38.5, and Gaya at 36.2 degrees Celsius. In Patna, the capital, the temperature was recorded at 34.9 degrees Celsius.


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