hail and rain forecast
According to weather analysis, a cyclonic circulation is over Northeast Rajasthan. It is built 0.9 km above sea level. Along with this, the area of low air pressure is extending from east-west, south-west Rajasthan to Madhya Pradesh, north Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Gangetic West Bengal up to Bangladesh up to 1.5 km above sea level. Due to which moderate rain is forecast at one or two places in the north-east parts of the state during the next 24 hours and at the rest of the places. There is also a possibility of thunder and lightning and hailstorm of strong wind at some places of the state. During the next three days, a drop of two to four degrees can be seen in the maximum temperature of the state.
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The weather will go through a phase of change till March 21
The movement may continue till March 21 in all the areas of the metrological sector of Bihar Meteorological Department. According to the data released by the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of rain at one or two places on March 18. North Central Bihar, which includes Sitamarhi, Madhubani, Muzaffarpur, Darbhanga, Vaishali, Sheohar and Samastipur. There is a possibility of rain in all the districts of North East Bihar including Supaul, Araria, Kishanganj, Madhepura, Saharsa, Purnia on March 18. Buxar, Bhojpur, Rohtas, Bhabhua, Aurangabad and Arwal in southwest Bihar may receive rain on March 18 as well. There is a possibility of rain on March 18 in Patna, Gaya, Nalanda, Sheikhpura, Nawada, Begusarai, Lakhisarai and Jehanabad in South Central Bihar.
Patna’s weather will be like this on Saturday!
The weather in Patna on Saturday, March 18, is likely to be cloudy for most of the day, with a few clouds in the afternoon. There is also a possibility of some cloudy sky around 12 noon and moderate rain around 5 pm. The maximum temperature of the day is likely to be 29 degree Celsius at around 2 pm. It will range from 52 percent to a maximum of 98 percent, with an average humidity of 80 percent around 5 a.m. The wind will be light and will blow from East direction at a speed of 12 kmph at 7 PM. The maximum chance of rain will be around 2 PM and the least chance will be around midnight. Sunset will occur at 5:59 pm, making it a total of 12 hours and 3 minutes of daylight. The air quality is going to be between 166 and 182.
Minimum temperature lowest in Saharsa’s Agwanpur
Agwanpur in Saharsa recorded the lowest minimum temperature in Bihar. According to the data released by the Meteorological Department on Friday, the minimum temperature of Agwanpur was 16.3 degree Celsius. Talking about the minimum temperature of other districts, Patna recorded 21.6 degree Celsius, Bhagalpur 20.9 degree Celsius, Purnia 20.7 degree Celsius, West Champaran (Valmiki Nagar) 17.9 degree Celsius, Muzaffarpur 20.5 degree Celsius. Jamui recorded a minimum temperature of 20.3 degree Celsius. Statistics are showing that a continuous partial increase in the minimum temperature is being recorded. The minimum temperature on Friday ranged between 16 degree Celsius to 21 degree Celsius. Nawada recorded the highest minimum temperature of 21.3 degree Celsius on Friday.
The figures released by the Meteorological Department on Friday late evening were as follows. The maximum temperature ranged between 26 degree Celsius to 32 degree. According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature is continuously being recorded at present. Supaul recorded a maximum temperature of 29.2 degree Celsius. Khagaria recorded a maximum temperature of 29.6 degree Celsius. The maximum temperature of capital Patna was recorded at 30.3 degree Celsius. Whereas Bhagalpur, 32.0 Purnia, 31.4 degree Celsius, West Champaran’s Valmiki Nagar 29.8 and Muzaffarpur recorded maximum temperature of 26.6 degree Celsius in other cities. According to the Meteorological Department, a further drop in the maximum temperature will be recorded in the next three days.
Beware of climate change and H3N2
Doctors have appealed people to be careful about the H3N2 virus amid the changing weather. Three cases of influenza have been registered in the state. According to doctors, people should avoid going to malls and crowded places for now. According to health officials, all the infected patients have fever, cough and sore throat, but their condition is said to be stable. Swine flu was confirmed on Thursday in a 24-year-old youth from Sampatchak area of Patna. His sample was taken at Rajendra Memorial Research Institute of Medical Sciences (RMRI), Agamkuan, Patna on Wednesday as he was suffering from fever and dry cough for a long time. Confirming the new case of swine flu, RMRI Director DR Krishna Pandey said that till now three H1N1 cases and one H3N2 case have been reported in Bihar. He said that on March 14, swine flu was confirmed in a four-year-old girl from Bhojpur. On Wednesday (March 15), a 47-year-old man from Patna was also found infected with the virus. A 30-year-old female found infected with H3N2 recovered after medication. Swine flu is a respiratory disease of pigs caused by type A influenza virus that regularly causes influenza outbreaks in pigs. People need to be careful with this. As soon as the outbreak of heat increases in the season, this flu will end automatically. Till then people need to be careful.
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