Cold in Bihar, a 50-year old record broken in Gaya!


Gaya again had a coldest on Tuesday. It has never been so cold in November in the last 50 years. On 29 November 1970, Gaya had a minimum temperature of 6.6 degrees Celsius. On Tuesday, Gaya's temperature reached 6.5 degrees Celsius, breaking the 50-year freezing record. Even in Patna, there was no significant decrease in the cold. The minimum temperature increased by just 0.6 degrees Celsius as compared to Monday and it reached 10 degrees Celsius. Earlier in Patna on 25 November 2014, the temperature was recorded at 10 degrees Celsius. On Tuesday, Dehri was the second coldest city in the state with a temperature of 9.5 degrees Celsius.

There is no possibility of any significant change in minimum temperature in Patna for a week and it will remain between 10 and 12 degrees Celsius. Scientist Aarti Gupta of Meteorological Center Patna said that due to clear sky, cold has increased in the state. Now the sky is likely to become partly cloudy in one to two days due to increasing northeast wind. This will cause a slight rise in night temperature. There is a possibility of mist in the morning.

People are relieved by the sun blossoming during the day. Patna's maximum temperature was recorded at just 0.6 degrees Celsius, 27.2 degrees below normal. In Gaya, Bhagalpur and Purnia also, the day temperature was not much lower than usual, due to which the cold felt less. 27 ° C and the minimum temperature was recorded at 12.3 ° C.