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Rain spell to revive in Jamshedpur as monsoon trough emerges

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Jamshedpur, Sept. 15: Weathermen today predicated that the rain will return as the monsoon trough is properly emerging. Today, the monsoon trough was passing through state capital Ranchi. ” As per our studies twin upper air cyclonic circulations were hovering over northwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining Gangetic West Bengal. The twin circulations were expected to bring fairly widespread rain especially in the southern parts of the state, ” said a senior official of the Ranchi Meteorological Centre.
The weather chart analysis at IMD’s Patna Meteorological Centre revealed that another cyclonic circulation was gradually developing over the odisha coast. This will also trigger a good spell of rain in several pockets of the state after September 17.
A duty officer at the Regional Meteorological Centre in Alipore said that the fact that several places experienced rainfall during the past 24-hours indicated restoration of the monsoon trough.
IMD’s Ranchi meteorological centre said that south west monsoon is expected to remain normal over Jharkhand in the next few days. ” We have found that the monsoon trough which had drifted towards the foothills of Himalayas was restored. Today the axis of monsoon trough shifted towards the south. It was passing trough Rajnandgaon in Chhatisgarh and Kalingapatnam in Andhra Pradesh extending upto the east central Bay of Bengal,” said the official.
However, the senior Met department official did not rule out possibility of thunder and rain in those districts located in higher altitudes due to changes in local weather condition.
Farming in Jharkhand is completely dependent on monsoon because of lack of irrigation facility and farmers’ inclination for cultivation of paddy which requires adequate rainfall.

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