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Thunderstorms on Ranchi Meteorological Centre's radar

BRIEFS: Thunderstorms and gusty winds at a few places expected on Saturday
Both Ranchi and Patna Met Centres of IMD on Thursday afternoon issued forecast of thunderstorms accompanied by lightning at isolated places over southern and central Jharkhand

The Telegraph   |   Ranchi   |   Published 19.03.20, 06:40 PM

Several places in the state, including Ranchi, Jamshedpur and Daltonganj, on Thursday experienced light showers because of the impact of a fresh western disturbance passing through northern parts of the country.

The IMD observatory in Ranchi recorded 0.6mm of rain till 5.30pm on Thursday. The local weather office in Jamshedpur recorded around 1mm of rain while Daltonganj, the Palamau headquarters, recorded 0.4mm of rain. Khunti recorded 1.5 mm of rain.

Both Ranchi and Patna Met Centres of IMD on Thursday afternoon issued forecast of thunderstorms accompanied by lightning at isolated places over southern and central Jharkhand on Friday. Thunderstorms and gusty winds at a few places was expected on Saturday, while on Sunday, thunderstorm and lightning were expected over southwestern Jharkhand.

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