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- Orange Alert Of Cold Day In 12 Districts Of Bihar, The Minimum Temperature Of 20 Cities Declined, Banka Remained The Coldest; The Minimum Temperature Was 2.4 Degrees
Patna19 minutes ago
The entry of cold in Bihar was late but its effect is visible for 13 consecutive days. Its effect is expected to last till January 26.
During this, along with the drop in temperature, the effect of dense fog will be visible. Due to this, visibility is likely to be 20 to 80 meters in different districts of the state.
Most of the problem will be in open spaces, fields, river and pond banks. Compared to other places, the effect of fog will be visible throughout the day along with a decrease of two to four degrees in temperature.
According to the Meteorological Department, the speed of icy wind in Bihar is 8 to 13 km/h. The effect of cold is visible in all parts of the state. Cold day conditions prevailed in 19 districts including Patna, Bhagalpur, Motihari.
Severe cold day conditions prevailed in Siwan, Banka, Samastipur, Motihari. Patna recorded a maximum temperature of 16 degrees, six notches below normal, and 7.3 degrees, two notches below normal, on Thursday. The temperature will drop further in Patna.
On the other hand, the Meteorological Department has also issued orange alert for cold day in 12 districts of the state and yellow alert for dense fog in 38 districts of the state.
The minimum temperature decreased in 20 cities on Thursday. Barring Jamui, the minimum para remained below 9 degrees across the state.
Banka district remained the coldest in the state, where the minimum temperature was recorded at 2.4 degree Celsius. The minimum temperature of capital Patna was 7.3 degree Celsius.
There was fog in Patna in the morning.
Orange alert issued for cold day in 12 districts of the state
The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert regarding cold day in 12 districts of Bihar. It includes Darbhanga Samastipur Madhubani, Vaishali Muzaffarpur Saran, Sitamarhi, Shivhar, Siwan East Champaran West Champaran and Gopalganj.
According to the Meteorological Department, there is a continuous high pressure area in Bihar, due to which the condition of tremors will continue throughout the day on Thursday.
According to the Meteorological Department, cold wave and severe cold conditions will continue in various parts including the capital Patna on Friday.
Yellow alert issued for dense fog in 38 districts of Bihar
Yellow alert has been issued for dense fog on Friday in 38 districts including Gaya, Bhagalpur, Banka, Pusa, Motihari, Purnia, Saran of Bihar. There has been a continuous drop in the temperature in the state for the last 13 days.
During this, due to the icy winds blowing at a speed of six to eight kilometers per hour from the north-west side, there is a condition of trembling in the whole of Bihar.
People are protecting themselves from the cold by lighting bonfires at various places.
Banka district is the coldest, minimum temperature recorded at 2.4 degree
If we talk about Thursday, there was dense fog in 22 districts of Bihar and winter-like conditions prevailed. At the same time, there has been a decrease in the minimum temperature in 20 cities. Barring Jamui, the minimum para remained below 9 degrees across the state.
Banka district was the coldest where the minimum temperature was recorded at 2.4 degree Celsius. Siwan and Sabour ka 5 degree, Gaya 4.5 degree, East Champaran 4.6 degree, Khagaria 4.9 degree, Nawada 5.6 degree, Forbesganj 6 degree, Valmiki Nagar 6.4 degree, Kishanganj 6.4 degree, Saran 6.7 degree, Rohtas and Bhagalpur 7 degree, Capital Patna and Aurangabad recorded a minimum temperature of 7.3 degree Celsius.
However, on Thursday, due to sunshine in the day and decrease in wind speed, people definitely got relief from the cold. The maximum temperature of Patna recorded a drop of about 2 degrees, while the maximum temperature of Patna was recorded at 16 degrees Celsius.
Banka district is the coldest, minimum temperature recorded at 2.4 degree.
Cold will increase again after Makar Sankranti due to westerly wind
After January 15 in the state, once again the effect of cold winds will increase in Bihar. At present, except for some districts of Bihar, the minimum temperature in most of the districts is around 9 degrees.
According to the Meteorological Department, the effect of icy winds is slightly less now, on January 15 and after that, the temperature may again drop by 2 to 3 degrees and the cold may increase.