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Meteorological Department forecasts cold snap in Gujarat for next two days, cold snap in first week of February


Cold mercury will rise in the state for the next two days.

In Gujarat, Naliya is cold with 4.3 degrees
The effect of snowfall in Kashmir has been causing the temperature to drop steadily

The cold snap that has been falling across the state for the last few days has remained the same. Coldwave conditions are forecast for the next two days in areas including Kutch. The minimum temperature was recorded at Naliya in Kutch on Friday with a minimum temperature of 4.3 degrees. Apart from this, the minimum temperature in the capital Gandhinagar was recorded at 6.8 degrees Celsius with a drop of 2 degrees Celsius, which meteorologists are predicting to be the lowest in January in the last few years. Apart from this, the minimum temperature in Banaskantha was recorded at 7.9 degrees Celsius in December. The mercury rose by one degree in Ahmedabad city on Thursday. The minimum temperature in the city was recorded at 11.2 degrees.

Minimum temperature remained below in some districts of Saurashtra-Kutch (file photo).

Coldwave conditions in Kutch Saurashtra for the next two days The
minimum temperature was below normal in some districts of Saurashtra-Kutch. During the next 3 days the minimum temperature rises to 2 degrees and a decrease in cold may be felt. The tube will still have a coldwave condition for the next two days. Meanwhile, besides Naliya-Gandhinagar, Deesa-Keshod-Kandla-Amreli-Vallabhavidyanagar also recorded an average minimum temperature below 10 degrees. Coldwave conditions are expected in Rajkot, Bhavnagar and Porbandar, according to the meteorological department.

Snowfall in Kashmir causes temperature to plummet (file photo)

cold snap in Jammu and Kashmir is breaking a 30-year record. The effect of the snowfall in Kashmir two days ago has been causing the temperature to drop steadily. The minimum temperature in Srinagar dropped to -5.6 degrees. Pahalgam, a hilly region of Kashmir, recorded -12.3 degrees Celsius and Gulmarg -13.4 degrees Celsius. Leh, the main city in the Union Territory of Ladakh, recorded -16.8 degrees Celsius, Kargil -21.3 degrees Celsius and Dras -28.1 degrees Celsius.

The temperature in Ahmedabad will be around 13 degrees for the next three days.

From the first week of February,
Ahmedabad will experience a cold snap with an average minimum temperature of 1.7 degrees Celsius below normal at 11.2 degrees Celsius, while an average maximum temperature of 26.7 degrees Celsius is 2.5 degrees below normal. During the next 3 days, the temperature in Ahmedabad will be around 13 degrees and after that the cold will be reduced. According to a private weather forecasting agency, the cold snap in Ahmedabad is expected to ease from the first week of February and the minimum temperature could rise by 15 degrees.
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