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Yellow alert has been issued in Jharkhand from September 18 to September 21. During this period, light to moderate rain may occur at many places in the state. The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of the temperature falling by two to three degrees in the next one to two days.
how will the weather be
During this time, the Meteorological Department has appealed to be cautious of thunderstorms. Today the Meteorological Department has predicted generally cloudy sky with one or two light to moderate rains. The weather department has also estimated the maximum temperature to be around 30 degrees and the minimum temperature to be around 23 degrees. The Meteorological Department has issued a similar forecast till September 21. According to the Meteorological Department, farmers are likely to get relief from this. Meteorological Department scientist Abhishek Anand said, farmers can get a big relief due to the rain in different parts of the state at the time of departure of monsoon. The lack of rain is also being compensated to a great extent.
Relief from rain but farmers are still worried
According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of rain in the state till September 21. There is no possibility of any major change in the weather in the state for the next five days. Light to moderate rain may occur in many parts of the state from September 17 to 18.
The weather pattern will remain the same on 19th September and may remain like this till 21st September. There is cyclonic circulation and a monsoon trough in the Bay of Bengal which is causing rainfall. Jamshedpur has received 19 percent less rainfall than average so far. Till now there should have been 994.9 mm of rain. Even though it is raining in many parts of the state, there is less rainfall in many places in the state. This time farming has also been affected in the state. This time, at many places, people have cultivated paddy using Patwan. If there is no rain even after planting, then this time the state may see more impact of drought.