Heat wave is expected in these 14 districts of Bihar from April 12. According to the Meteorological Department, mercury may remain around 41 in the southern, central and southwestern districts of the state. Also, due to the high flow of hot westerly winds, the heatwave will prevail. A yellow alert has been issued by the Meteorological Center Patna, asking people to remain vigilant. The districts to be affected are Patna, Gaya, Nalanda, Sheikhpura, Nawada, Begusarai, Lakhisarai, Buxar, Bhojpur, Rohtas, Bhabua, Aurangabad, Jehanabad and Arwal. In these districts, the conditions of hot winds may persist from ten in the morning to five in the evening. Meteorologists have unnecessarily advised not to leave the house in the afternoon.
Moisture flow in the troposphere
On Thursday, the maximum temperature of the state saw a partial rise in the minimum temperature on Thursday. In the lower level of the troposphere, moisture is flowing from the Bay of Bengal region. In Patna too, this effect was observed and minimum mercury reached around 25 degree Celsius. The maximum temperature increased by three degrees in the last 24 hours and it reached 39. In Gaya too, the maximum mercury has gone up by one degree.
In Bhagalpur and Valmikinagar, there has also been a partial increase in the maximum temperature. Thunderstorm activity was seen in Supaul and surrounding districts late in the evening. A fresh alert of storm water was issued by the Meteorological Department. Here the wind blew at a speed of 30 to 40 km. Earlier on Friday, storm water forecast was released in some places in South Bihar, but such a possibility is less due to the seasonal system not being developed in this way. For the next two days, there is no chance of any significant change in the weather of the state.
The mercury of major cities was like this
City maximum minimum
Patna 39.6 25
Gaya 39.4 20.8
Bhagalpur 36.7 24
Purnia 32 24.5
Valmikinagar 38 22