In Bihar, the South West Monsoon is currently active across most parts of the state, resulting in substantial rainfall in the North West and South East regions. Notably, Kaimur, Gaya, Aurangabad, Rohtas, East Champaran, and West Champaran, as well as neighboring districts, have experienced heavy rainfall.

The highest precipitation levels were documented in Adhaura, Chenari, and Aurangabad, ranging from 80 to 62 millimeters.

Due to the continuous downpour, seasonal rivers such as Karmnasha, Durgawati, and Suvara in Kaimur district are flowing at full capacity.

The Meteorological Department has issued a Yellow warning for several areas of the state for the next 48 hours. The forecast anticipates heavy rainfall accompanied by thunderstorms and lightning in Madhubani, Supaul, Araria, Kishanganj, Purnea, West Champaran, and Katihar districts.

According to Akashwani correspondent reports, the Meteorological Department predicts favorable rainfall conditions in Bihar for the next three days. An alert has been issued due to the expected heavy rainfall in Kishanganj, Purnea, Katihar, and adjacent areas over the next 48 hours. The Disaster Management Department has advised people to avoid venturing outdoors during the rains, considering the heightened risk of thunderstorms and lightning.

Today, the highest rainfall of 100 millimeters was recorded in Dinara in Rohtas district, leading to disruptions in normal life in Kaimur, Rohtas, and Aurangabad districts due to the persistent rainfall.

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