Bad news for farmers, chill with Mavtha for next 3 days in state, cold mercury will still fall. According to the meteorological department, rainy weather has prevailed across the state since Wednesday morning, which has led to an increase in cold.
cold mercury will still fall
- Cold with Mawtha in the state including Ahmedabad
- The effects of Western Disturbance will still be felt in Gujarat
- Today it rained heavily in Saurashtra, North Gujarat
The amount of cold also increased amidst rainy weather
The entire state, including Ahmedabad, has turned cold again due to unseasonal rains which started from dawn on Wednesday. According to the forecast of the state meteorological department, the cold wave will continue to bother the people for the next two days. Thus, after the non-seasonal rains on Wednesday, the minimum temperature in Ahmedabad was recorded at 14.3 degrees. Gandhinagar recorded a low of 14.2 degrees.
Impact of Western Disturbances in the State including Ahmedabad
According to the meteorological department, Ahmedabad was lashed by rains since late Tuesday night. Amidst cloudy weather, drizzle started falling from dawn on Wednesday. For the second day in a row, light rain fell in some parts of Ahmedabad on Thursday morning.
Gujarat may have three more days of non-seasonal rains
The sky was overcast on Wednesday morning and no sunshine came out and that is why the entire state, including Ahmedabad, turned cold again. On the other hand, due to the humidity in the rainy weather, the cold air is also suffocating the people. On the other hand, according to the forecast of the Meteorological Department
In the coming days, the monsoon is likely to remain uninterrupted and cold in the state. It is to be mentioned that this black rainy weather will continue for the next three days in the entire state including Ahmedabad.
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The state will receive non-seasonal rainfall due to western disturbances
Two more days of non-seasonal rains are forecast in the state. There is a possibility of non-seasonal rain in districts including Amreli, Bhavnagar, Jamnagar, Rajkot, Dwarka, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Vadodara, Mehsana, Patan, Aravalli, Modasa, Banaskantha, Sabarkantha. Farmers are worried about the forecast of unseasonal rains.