As per the weather department’s prior forecast, a phase of heavy rainfall is expected to resume in the state starting from Sunday. Immediate alerts for rainfall have been issued on Saturday in Patna, Gaya, Ara, Sasaram, Navada, and other districts.

Bihar Weather Forecast: There are indications of continuous heavy to very heavy rainfall in parts of South Bihar and North-East Bihar from October 1st to 4th. During this period, thunderstorms and lightning alerts have also been issued. The effects of this have started to be seen from Saturday. In several districts including Patna, Gaya, and Ara, there have been changes in the weather with cloud cover and rain showers.

The weather department has indicated the likelihood of a low-pressure area developing in the Bay of Bengal and associated cyclonic circulation over Northern Odisha and West Bengal. It is expected to have a widespread impact over the next two days. Some places may experience cloud cover. The maximum temperatures across the state are likely to decrease.

Though the weather department had predicted the onset of heavy rainfall in the state from Sunday onwards, light to moderate rainfall is already occurring in some areas. The Meteorological Center has issued an immediate alert for light to moderate rainfall along with thunder and lightning in certain parts of Patna, Kaimur, Rohtas, Bhojpur, Aurangabad, Arwal, Jehanabad, Nalanda, and Navada districts.

On Friday, residents across the state, including Patna, experienced discomfort due to sweltering heat. The perceived temperature has risen by ten to twelve degrees due to humidity. People have been enduring scorching sun and sultry conditions since seven in the morning. In the evening, the sound of clouds and the increase in humidity provided some relief. On Friday, the maximum temperature in Valmikinagar and Sabour was recorded at 37 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperatures in other cities ranged between 35 and 37 degrees Celsius.

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