IMD states shadowy sky, light rainfalls are likely for next subsequent 4-5 days in Ahmedabad, Gujarat

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IMD states shadowy sky, light rainfalls are likely for next subsequent 4-5 days in Ahmedabad, Gujarat

IMD states shadowy sky, light rainfalls are likely for next subsequent 4-5 days in Ahmedabad, Gujarat

As the tempests lashed several parts of the city on Wednesday evening, the climate department has foretold cloudy sky and light drizzles in the town for the following four to five days.

Massive rainfalls are also expected in portions of southern Gujarat, eastern Gujarat and Saurashtra for a subsequent couple of days, the climate department recommended. This means that.

It was a typical sunny day with by and generous clear sky on Wednesday. Nevertheless, as the sun started to set, downpours lashed parts of Satellite, Bodakdev, Bopal, Manekbaug, Navarangpura, Girdharnagar, Bapunagar, Asarwa and Naroda amongst others. This provided relief from humidity, chilling down the warmth.

As per the data by Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, the town recorded 15.91 mm rainfalls between 6:00 am to 7:00 pm. East Zone registered maximum 28.51 mm rains followed by South West Zone (23 mm), Central Zone (17 mm), South Zone (13 mm), West Zone (12.13 mm), North Zone (11.5 mm) and North West Zone (6.25 mm).

As per the statement by India Meteorological Department (IMD), the highest temperature stood at 34.8 degree Celsius while the merest temperature recorded was 26.3 degree Celsius – two degree Celsius coarser than the standard. The weather will continue to be drizzly till October 1, the met bureau stated.

As per the state government record, 121 talukas registered sprinkles on Wednesday till 8:00 pm. Of which Ahwa registered 101 mm rainfall, while Valia and Mansa reported 71 mm rainfall respectively.

IMD stated in statewide news that massive rainfalls are expected till September 30 largely in parts of south Gujarat, Saurashtra, eastward districts and in northern portions of the nation. The state has so far hosted 1,029 mm rains, which is 26 percent more than the 30-year average of 816 mm rain.