Bihar News: The next 48 hours are going to be heavy for Bihar, with heavy rain and thunderstorm alert issued for next two days. During this time people are being appealed not to come out of the house during rain and take precaution. Explain that a large number of people have died in the last two days due to thunderclap. Explain that the monsoon is active in the state. Presently two trough lines (low pressure area) are passing through the state. Due to this, there is heavy rainfall in North Bihar. Such a situation is expected to last for the next two days.
Vivek Sinha, director of Patna Meteorological Center, says that there will be heavy rains in the state till Saturday. Thereafter, there may be some decrease in intensity of monsoon. This is the normal rainfall that occurs during the monsoon. This year the monsoon has come on time. Better rain is expected from this. On Friday, it rained intermittently throughout the day from morning to night.
Senior meteorologist Sanjay Kumar says that from the coastal Ganges to the Himalayan foothills, it is raining heavily. One trough line is running from East Bihar to Punjab and Haryana via Uttar Pradesh and the other from Bihar to Vidarbha and Chhattisgarh. It is raining heavily in the state. The capital recorded 39.2 mm of rainfall in the last 24 hours.
On Friday, the highest rainfall in the state was recorded in Gaya at 130.5 mm. Bhagalpur recorded 62.6 mm of rainfall. Purnia recorded 48.7 mm of rainfall. Heavy rains are also expected to cause lightning on Saturday.
On Friday, the maximum temperature in the capital was recorded at 31.4 and the minimum temperature was 26 degrees Celsius. The air humidity in the capital was recorded at 100 percent.