Due to the impact of the monsoon, heavy rains have lashed parts of North Bihar and North East Bihar in the last 24 hours. According to the meteorological center, heavy rains are expected in the lower parts of Nepal in the next 24 hours. Entering from the northeastern part of the eastern state and bringing heavy humidity to the region. Here, a low pressure area has formed in the Bay of Bengal, which is likely to be accompanied by thunderstorms and thunderstorms in the next 24 hours. There will be light to moderate rainfall in the southern part of the state.
According to the meteorological center, 150 mm of rainfall was recorded in Tayabpur and Thakurganj, 120 mm in Galgalia, 110 mm in Bhimnagar and Uttar Katihar, 90 mm in Birpur and 80 mm in Chagharia. In Patna, too, the weather changed with afternoon clouds and 19.8 mm of rainfall. Rainfall in the state continued in humid conditions till late night. Bhagalpur also received heavy rainfall and the figure was recorded at 47 mm. Gaya has received ten mm of rain. Besides, rainfall has been recorded in Baishali, Khagaria, Samatipur, Jahanabad, Mungar, Madhepura, Darbhanga and a few other districts.
Despite light to moderate rains in various areas due to extreme heat over the last five-six days, humid conditions continue. Humidity reached 98 percent in Patna by the end of the evening. The maximum temperature in Patna on Tuesday was 34. degree Celsius and Gaya was 35.5 degrees Celsius. Bhagalpur recorded 34.9 degrees Celsius and Purnia 31.2 degrees Celsius.