Yesterday’s Cyclonic Circulation over Haryana now lies over Central parts of Uttar Pradesh. A Confluence Zone is extending from East Madhya Pradesh to Northeast Bihar. In the last 24 hours, many parts of Bihar have received light rains with one or two moderate spells. The activity is now likely to increase during the next 24 hours. Rains are expected to continue with light to moderate intensity over the region of Bihar, while also covering Jharkhand and West Bengal. These rains are likely to continue up to February 25 and will reduce thereafter.
Today, most parts of Bihar will receive rains. Northern parts of Jharkhand and West Bengal will also receive light rains and thundershowers at many places. One or two places in Bihar might even receive moderate spells along with gusty winds. While southern parts of Jharkhand and West Bengal will remain dry. A cloudy sky will prevail over these parts.
The rain activity will gradually intensify and is likely to cover most parts of Jharkhand and Gangetic West Bengal in the subsequent 48 hours. Meanwhile, significant rains are only likely over Bihar.
Already, the minimum temperatures have increased marginally over the region. However, the day temperatures are set to drop by at least four to five degrees in the coming days.
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