Heavy to very heavy rain forecast in Gujarat for the next two days, warns fishermen against plowing the sea

Monsoon has started in Gujarat. Meghraj has entered the entire state. It is raining in many parts of the state. While some talukas are still Koradhakore. In the last 24 hours, 105 talukas of the state have received rain. In which Manavdar of Junagadh has received maximum 2.5 inches of rain. The Meteorological Department has […]
 


Heavy to very heavy rain forecast in Gujarat for the next two days, warns fishermen against plowing the sea

Monsoon has started in Gujarat. Meghraj has entered the entire state. It is raining in many parts of the state. While some talukas are still Koradhakore. In the last 24 hours, 105 talukas of the state have received rain. In which Manavdar of Junagadh has received maximum 2.5 inches of rain. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in Saurashtra and South Gujarat in the state in the next two days. Central Gujarat including Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar will see normal rains. In the last 24 hours, 105 talukas of the state have received rain.

Junagadh’s Manavdar has received the highest 2.5 inches of rain in the state. It rained 3 inches in Khambha, 2 inches in Ranav, 2 inches in Savarkundla, 2 inches in Gir Gadha, 1.5 inches in Quant, 1.5 inches in Kutiana, 1.5 inches in Bodeli, 1.5 inches in Porbandar, 1.5 inches in Porbandar. It has rained 1 inch in Nakhtarana, Mahuva and 1 inch in Khambhat. At the same time, there is a possibility of heavy rain in Surat, Valsad, Navsari, Tapi and Dang. There is a possibility of rain in Junagadh, Rajkot, Porbandar, Amreli, Bhavnagar, Gir Somnath, Morbi and other districts.

The coastline of South Gujarat is likely to be rough due to active Monsoon conditions. Fishermen have been warned not to till the sea in areas including Bhavnagar-Alang and Victor. There is also a possibility of stormy weather in the sea with a speed of 40 to 50 kmph. In which Bhavnagar, Alang, Victor, Muldwarka, Veraval, Jaffrabad, Pipavav, Dahej as well as South Gujarat Coast and beyond with gusts of 40 to 50 kms from South-West to West direction. The wind speed increased to 60 kmph. Fishermen are advised not to venture ashore and beyond during these days, even if it is accessible.

Meghamher occurred in 11 talukas in north Gujarat in the last 24 hours. Byod district received maximum one and a half inches of rain. While 10 taluks received 1 mm to 1.5 inches of rain. In Aravalli district, except Bhiloda, there was universal rainfall. Due to above normal temperature for the last 48 hours, the weather changed in North Gujarat on Thursday and the sky was covered with dark clouds. By noon the temperature had reached around 2°C and the heat in the top 5 cities was around 40°C. It rained in isolated areas with wind speed reaching 15 to 17 kmph.