Exclude monsoon / raincoat, Ambalal Patel's big forecast regarding rains in Gujarat

 Exclude monsoon / raincoat, Ambalal Patel's big forecast regarding rains in Gujarat

Meteorologist Ambalal Patel has forecast monsoon in the state. The official monsoon is forecast from June 29.

Ambalal Patel's official monsoon forecast from June 29

Monsoon starts in Gujarat from June 28-29

Scattered rains in Gujarat from 9 to 11 June

Ambalal Patel said that monsoon will start in Gujarat from June 28-29. Scattered rains will fall in Gujarat from June 9 to 11. Pre-monsoon activity has started in East Patti, North Gujarat, Saurashtra.

Rain showers with thunderstorms on June 11 and 12

Talking to VTV, Ambalal Patel said that it will rain with thunder in some places on June 11 and 12. There will be light rain in some places in Gujarat from June 15 to 19. While light rain is expected in Central and East Gujarat. The official monsoon is still 20 days away from selling.

After Kerala, monsoon is increasing

After Kerala, the monsoon is now moving forward. The meteorological department has forecast rains in the state in the coming days. Rainfall is expected in most parts of the state.

Pre-monsoon active rainfall forecast

Even two days ago, several districts in the state received rains which is now reported to be on the rise. The meteorological department has said that the monsoon will last till June 20. Due to pre-monsoon activity, some districts in the state may also receive rains with winds. As well as cloudy weather can be seen. The meteorological department has said that it will rain for three or four days in Saurashtra. North Gujarat and South Gujarat are expected to experience rainy weather for the next 48 hours. At the same time, Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad, Mahisagar, Surat, Tapi, Panchmahal are also likely to receive rain.

How is the premonsoon function of the system in the Corona period

Vtv ન્યૂઝ રિપોર્ટ ગુજરાતી માં વાંચવા અહીં ક્લિક કરો.

On the one hand, the corona season is going on and on the other hand, the monsoon is approaching. Some areas in the state were inundated even after one or two inches of rain fell. The rains also disrupted power supply in some places and the trees were also uprooted, though no casualties were reported. The city's underpasses are also flooded during the monsoon season, causing problems for motorists.

Pre-monsoon operations include monitoring of underpasses during monsoons as well as traffic management during monsoons as well as cleaning of drainage lines but the system pole is exposed during monsoons. This time, due to the corona, the pre-monsoon operations carried out before the monsoon are being questioned as to whether adequate attention has been paid to the system.