With the arrival of the low-pressure region, the state is anticipated to endure frequent thunderstorms and heavy rainfall. Therefore, it is highly likely that mild to moderate rainfall or thundershowers may occur in numerous locations during the course of the next five days. Mornings in the city will be hazy for the next 48 hours. Westerly winds with a speed of 10–12 kmph can also be forecast, as might windy weather with light to moderate rain or thundershowers.
According to the IMD, the low pressure area over the northwest Bay of bengal and adjacent West Bengal-north odisha coasts, along with the associated cyclonic circulation, both persisted and are expected to move northwestward across jharkhand over the next two days. The cyclonic circulation extends up to 7.6 km above mean sea level and tilts southwestward with height.