Jharkhand in heat wave grip, sizzles at 43 deg celsius
Steel cities Jamshedpur and Bokaro recorded a maximum of 42.9 and 41 degree C respectively, an MeT official said.ranchi Updated: Apr 26, 2016 19:21 IST
Heat wave conditions continued to sweep Jharkhand, with Dhanbad and Deoghar districts experiencing a maximum of 43 degrees Celsius.
Steel cities Jamshedpur and Bokaro recorded a maximum of 42.9 and 41 degree C respectively, MeT official said.
Palamau (42.8 degree C), Dumka (42.5), Sahibganj (42), Jamtara (42), Giridih (40), Lohardaga (40) and Chatra (40) districts also sizzled in intense heat, he said.
The weather forecast for the next one to five days is clear sky and dry conditions, he added.