The monsoon in Bihar is at a very active stage nearly after two decades. Due to a rise in temperature on Monday, the black cloud formation has been increased. The Met department on Tuesday predicted heavy rain and thunderclap in several districts. The Truf line from Bihar has shifted from now on. The Met department has issued an alert across the state.
According to the Met department, the monsoon rains in Bihar will continue till July. The monsoon is still fully active. Heavy rain and thunderclap lashed several parts of the state on Monday.
“The truf line is passing through the adjoining areas of Jharkhand and Bihar. This is expected to continue to be active in the monsoon. As the state remains a centre of pressure, good rain lashed southern eastern Bihar and moderate rainfall in the rest of Bihar on Monday”, as per Indian Meteorological Department(IMD), Patna.
Patna and central Bihar received heavy rainfall on Monday night. However, the maximum temperature increased by an average of 2-3 degrees.
Due to intermittent raining for the last two days in Patna, waterlogged up in the roads of the lower area. This does not have the problem of water accumulation in the main area. The rain on Monday caused water to accumulate in lower areas making it difficult for people to come out of their houses. The adjoining areas including Kankbagh, Rajbanshi Nagar, Indrapuri, Rajiv Nagar, New Pataliputra Colony, Nehru Nagar, bus stand area, new Bengali Tola, Indira Nagar, Ram Krishna Nagar, south area of New Bypass were severely affected by the rain.
The Truf line from Bihar has shifted for now. However, the Met department has issued an alert for rain and thunderclap across the state. People have been advised not to leave the house during the rainfall. According to the Met department, monsoon rains will continue in Bihar till July and the monsoon is still fully active in the state.