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Rain coming: Most likely on January 24 and 25, the State is going to receive rainfall. Palamau, Garhwa, Chatra, Koderma, Latehar and Lohardaga districts are expected to receive the rainfall.
As far as the minimum and maximum temperature is considered, the State residents will observe fall in maximum temperature while minimum temperature will remain as usual for another few days, according to MET Ranchi Observatory Centre, Senior Scientist – R S Sharma.
On January 23, Ranchi recorded maximum 29.2 degree Celsius and minimum 10 degree Celsius while its suburb Kanke recorded maximum 27.2 degree Celsius and minimum 7.2 degree Celsius.
Jamshedpur and Daltonganj registered maximum 30.6 degree Celsius and 33.8 degree Celsius respectively while minimum 10.2 degree Celsius and 9.3 degree Celsius was registered at these two districts respectively.
With cold wave unabated in Jharkhand and minimum temperature dipping by three to seven degree Celsius below the normal temperature across the regions, Ranchi including other districts had been experiencing bone-chilling cold for quite some time now.