Sudden western disturbances in North Bihar have been neutralized. Due to this, people felt the heat on Thursday in the cold month. It was sunny during the day. Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the nodal officer of the Meteorological Department of Central Agricultural University, Pusa, Dr. A. Sattar said that the western disturbance was ineffective. Due to this sudden heat increased in North Bihar.He said that on Thursday, the maximum temperature reached five degrees above normal, while the minimum temperature was six degrees above normal. Dr. A. Sattar said that at this time this kind of weather is harmful for humans along with crops. He told that the weather forecast is that a similar weather will remain in North Bihar for four days. On Thursday, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University Pusa recorded a maximum temperature of 25.6 degrees and a minimum temperature of 14.3 degrees.