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Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Forecast / Nevadhar rains may fall in Gujarat, according to the state meteorological department

Forecast / Nevadhar rains may fall in Gujarat, according to the state meteorological department




The meteorological department has forecast good rains in Gujarat for the next two days






It may rain for two days in Gujarat
 Zampata may fall in South Gujarat and Saurashtra
 Chance of rain in North Gujarat, Central Gujarat
 The meteorological department has forecast heavy rains in Gujarat in the next two days.  And after August 4, the state is forecast to receive universal rainfall. According to the meteorological department, there is mild pressure on South West Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.  So there is a possibility of normal rainfall in Gujarat.  However, heavy rains are forecast in the state after August 4.

 There will be rainy weather due to low pressure

 The meteorological department has also released the rainfall figures so far after forecasting two days of normal rainfall.  In which the state still claims 36% less rainfall than required.  However, due to the low pressure created in the bay in the near future, the possibility of more rains is being served.  The monsoon has been good for farmers so far.  But if the rainfall does not decrease, that is, if the rainfall is not enough now, the farmers' worries may increase in the future.  At present, according to the meteorological department, normal rainfall will fall in South Gujarat and Saurashtra, while normal rainfall will fall in North and Central Gujarat to the benefit of farmers.

 Rainfall in 64 talukas of the state in last 24 hours

 The meteorological department has forecast heavy rains in Gir, Somna, Navsari, Porbandar, Valsad, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, as well as Diu Daman and Dadarnagar Haveli.  It has rained in 64 talukas of the state in the last 24 hours.  In Kaprada and Pardi, half an inch of rain has been recorded while in Vapi and Vansada, half an inch of rain has been recorded.  The meteorological department said that half an inch of rain fell in Dang and half an inch in Subir while half an inch of rain fell in Valod and Waghai.

 How much rain in the state so far?

 So far, many districts have received good rainfall, with the state receiving 36 per cent of the season's rainfall with 12 inches.  That compares with 43 percent of the season's rainfall with 14 inches as of August 2 last year.  Thus, rainfall is still 7 per cent less than last year.  Importantly, the state has received only 33 per cent of the season's rainfall so far while the highest rainfall is 33.70 per cent in Valsad.  If we talk about rainfall in Gujarat, so far South Gujarat has recorded the highest rainfall of the season with 20.23 inches and 35.19 percent.  Kutch received 30.25 per cent rainfall with 5.27 inches, North Gujarat received 28.16 per cent of the season with 7.95 inches, East-Central Gujarat received 30.08 per cent of the season with 30.56 inches and Saurashtra received 31.89 per cent of the season with 8.77 inches.






 

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