Snowfall in mountains increases Bihar’s cold, two-year record in Patna

Snowfall in mountains increases Bihar's cold, two-year record in Patna

The northwest icy wind blowing high speed in the last 24 hours in Bihar has increased Kanakni. The two-year record for the month of November has been broken in Patna. Patna recorded a minimum temperature of 10.8 degrees Celsius on Sunday. Earlier on 25 November 2017, the minimum temperature of the capital was recorded at 10.2 degrees Celsius.

The situation on Sunday was that it became uncomfortable to get out of the house without a sweater and the sunshine in the day was not enough to remove the cold. Most people were seen in sweaters on the streets in the capital. Quilts in houses also remained covered in blankets. Hot clothing shopping in stores has intensified. In fact, due to the clear sky, it has a direct impact on the minimum mercury and it has rolled down rapidly.

According to the meteorological center, the wind speed in the state was 26 km per hour. The snowfall in the mountainous areas has increased the tremor in
 the plains. The wind speed in Patna was recorded from 14 to 16 km per hour. Since late Saturday night, the speed of wind was seen and its effect was in the
 whole state. This was the reason that Patna's minimum mercury came down to seven degrees in the last 24 hours. The minimum temperature in Patna was the 
lowest this season at 10.8 degrees Celsius. Gaya was the coldest in the state in the last 24 hours. Here the minimum mercury reached 8.8 degrees Celsius.
 The Meteorological Department estimates that the minimum mercury will not come below this at the moment. Maximum temperature fluctuations may occur.

The clouds had dominated for two days

The state had been partly cloudy for the last two days. Because of this the minimum mercury during Chhath was above one to two degrees above normal. From late Saturday evening, as soon as the clouds began to clear and the sky cleared, the mercury declined sharply. The meteorological department predicts that the same situation will prevail on Monday.

Maximum mercury came down five degrees above normal

Here the northwest wind has also affected the maximum temperature. In the last 24 hours, the maximum temperature of Patna has come down to five degrees below normal. People were also seen feeling cold for the first time in this season. At present the normal mercury of Patna should be 28.5 degree Celsius while the maximum mercury was recorded at 23.4 degree on Sunday. Gaya too recorded a maximum temperature of 25.4 degrees Celsius, three degrees below normal, while Bhagalpur had a maximum temperature of 26 and Purnia 25 degrees Celsius.






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