Patna received 37 mm of rain as monsoon swept the entire state Patna News | Techy Kings


PATNA: Rains lashed Patna and almost the entire state on Wednesday, bringing relief from the scorching heat and happiness to farmers, who are waiting for transplanting of paddy plants, as predicted by meteorologists.
While Patna received 37 mm of rain. Valmiki Nagar West Champaran recorded the highest rainfall of 112.2 mm between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm. Other places with significant rainfall include Forbesganj in Araria (78.3 mm), Harnawat in Nalanda (64 mm), Khagadia (58 mm), Gaya (44.2 mm), Darbhanga (35.4 mm), Motihari (35.2 mm). m) and Vaishali (28 mm).
The day also marked the complete coverage of Bihar by the Southwest Monsoon. With monsoon winds covering the entire state, residents can expect more rain in the coming days as the IMD has predicted widespread rainfall in the next two days as well.
The Patna Meteorological Center has also issued a rain forecast for many places across the state except the eastern parts, where rain is expected on Thursday. It has also issued an orange alert for heavy rainfall in West Champaran and East Champaran. Apart from this, light rain with thundershower with lightning is expected over North-West, North-Central, South-West and South-Central parts of the state on Thursday. Thunderstorm alert has been issued in all 38 districts on Friday.
The ongoing spell of rains has been attributed to an east-west trough line running up to the west-central Bay of Bengal.
(with input
Tirthraj Kushwaha)


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