In the month of January, the eastern parts of the country particularly Odisha, Jharkhand, and West Bengal received above-normal rains. And the start of the February month also seems promising.
Today we expect scattered rains in Odisha, which will be due to a low-level trough extending from the Sub-Himalayan West Bengal up to South Odisha coast.
Also, a confluence zone is expected to develop in Jharkhand and Gangetic West Bengal following which scattered rains and thundershower activities are expected in many parts of Jharkhand, Odisha and in isolated pockets of Gangetic West Bengal by February 3.
Due to cloudy skies and humid winds from the Bay of Bengal, the minimum temperature in these states will rise further by 2-3 degrees Celsius. While the day temperature may drop by 2-3 degrees Celsius.
According to our meteorologists, the confluence zone will fade away due to which the weather will start clearing from the states of Odisha, Gangetic West Bengal, and Jharkhand by the evening of February 4.
Thus, there is a high probability of unseasonal rains to continue lashing the eastern part of the country until the first half of February.
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