Bihar Weather: Alert made regarding severe heat wave in Bihar, know how the heat will be for the next 15 days…

Bihar Weather Report: Heat wave has started in Bihar. IMD Patna has predicted that the weather will remain completely clear in Bihar for the next four days. There will be bright sunshine. Because of this the heat of hot air will be felt. In such a situation, there is a possibility of an increase of two to four degrees in the highest temperature. On Monday, the temperature was recorded above 40 degrees Celsius in nine districts or places of the state. If the mercury rises further in the concerned areas, heat wave conditions may also arise.

Mercury started rising in Bihar..

According to the official information of IMD, the highest temperature in the state on Monday was 41.8 degrees Celsius. The highest temperature was recorded at 40.9 degrees Celsius in Khagaria, 40.7 in Rohithas, Nawada and Banka, 40 in Motihari and Gaya and 40.2 degrees Celsius in Bhojpur. The humidity in the air at all these places is less than 40 percent. In Aurangabad and Sheikhpura the humidity level is less than 20 percent. More or less, the amount of humidity in the air is likely to start reducing in the entire state. Due to this, there is a possibility of increase in heat in the air.

Know the reason for change in weather..

There are special reasons for this change in weather. According to IMD, a cyclonic circulation is located 0.9 km above sea level over East Bihar and surrounding areas. From April 18, the effect of a fresh western disturbance is likely to be visible in northwest India and up to Bihar in the east. The active trough 0.9 km above sea level from western Uttar Pradesh to South Bihar and North Jharkhand up to Gangetic West Bengal has now weakened.

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All departments should be prepared to deal with extreme heat and heat wave: Chief Secretary

Chief Secretary Brajesh Mehrotra reviewed the situation on Monday regarding the extreme heat and heat wave in Bihar. He also ordered all the departments to be prepared to deal with the extreme heat and heat waves and to make all necessary preparations. The Chief Secretary held a meeting of the Emergency Management Group regarding the extreme heat in which Water Resources Department, Energy Department, Agriculture Department, Minor Water Resources Department, Health Department, Urban Development and Housing Department, Public Health Engineering Department, Secretary of Animal Fisheries Resources, Principal Secretary and Additional Chief Secretary participated.

Heat will torment in the next 15 days.

In the meeting, the Director of India Meteorological Department told that in the next 15 days the temperature is likely to increase by 30-35 degrees from the normal temperature. He said that compared to last year, the temperature will not rise continuously for more days. Regarding this, the Animal and Fisheries Resources Department gave information regarding drinking water and adequate fodder for the animals. Besides, information was given about the preparations done by other departments to deal with the extreme heat and heat wave. Contingency planning for drinking water crisis was also explained. In view of this, the Chief Secretary directed all the departments to remain in alert mode.

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