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Met office sounds rain alert in Jharkhand for three days from Thursday

Induced cyclonic circulation over western Rajasthan extending up to 1.5 km above sea level to impact state's weather condition
Early morning fog over Jubilee Park in Jamshedpur on Wednesday.
Early morning fog over Jubilee Park in Jamshedpur on Wednesday.
Picture by Bhola Prasad

Pinaki Majumdar   |   Jamshedpur   |   Published 23.02.22, 04:35 PM

IMD's Ranchi Meteorological Centre on Wednesday issued a forecast of rain for three days in Jharkhand from February 24.

Weathermen said an induced cyclonic circulation over Mwestern Rajasthan extending up to 1.5 km above mean sea level would impact Jharkhand's weather condition.

The cyclonic circulation was triggered by a western disturbance passing through the mid-troposphere.

A fresh western disturbance is likely to affect the western Himalayan region from  February 25, revealed today's satellite study.

Head of Ranchi Met Centre, Abhishek Anand said light to moderate rain or thundershower was expected at isolated places over north and central Jharkhand on February 24, Thursday while on Friday, February 25 light to moderate rain was expected at many places over Jharkhand.

On February 26, Saturday light rain or thundershower activity is likely at a  few places over the south-east, north-east and central Jharkhand.

Weathermen said moisture incursion was taking place in the atmosphere because of the induced cyclonic circulation.

Several places across Jharkhand including Kolhan witnessed fog after the sun-rise on Wednesday.

No major fluctuations will take place in minimum temperature during the next 24 hours. 

According to the forecast, the minimum temperature would continue to rise by two to three degrees celsius after the next 24- hours.

Met statistics revealed that the minimum temperature hovered between 11 and 13 degree celsius in most districts across the state on Wednesday.



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