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1/25/21

North Gujarat-Saurashtra-Kutch will get freezing cold for next 4 days, Ahmedabad will be cold till January 27

Cold Wave: North Gujarat-Saurashtra-Kutch will get freezing cold for next 4 days, Ahmedabad will be cold till January 27

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The minimum temperature in Gujarat has dropped by 3 to 7 degrees in the last 24 hours



In the states of north-west India, the cold snap has started once again due to the cold winds blowing from the Himalayas. Naliya in Gujarat was the coldest city in the plains of northwestern India with a low of 5.1 degrees. The cyclonic circulation over Pakistan used to block the killer winds from the north but now moving eastwards, Gujarat has seen a minimum temperature drop of 3 to 7 degrees in the last 24 hours.



Decreasing the temperature to 3 degrees will increase the glare of the cold
According to the meteorological department, cold snap will increase in North Gujarat-Saurashtra and Kutch during the next four days as the temperature drops by 3 degrees. In the next 3 days, the killer cold wave will return to Kutch. However, cold is unlikely to increase in South Gujarat during the next 3 days. In Ahmedabad, the average minimum temperature was 0.6 degrees below normal with 11.6 degrees while the average maximum temperature with 28.4 degrees was 0.1 degrees above normal.



It will be cold in Ahmedabad till January 27


According to the meteorological department, it will be cold in Ahmedabad till January 27. Ahmedabad recorded the lowest January temperature on January 15 last year with 9 degrees. Elsewhere in the state, Gandhinagar with 9 degrees, Valsad with 10.5 degrees, Amreli with 11 degrees and Rajkot with 12 degrees are among the coldest places in the state.




The speed of vehicles slowed down due to fog on the express highway

The speed of vehicles has slowed down due to fog on the express highway and the
cold has started again in Gujarat. Temperatures have dropped in most cities in the state. After a long time, the minimum temperature in Surat has been recorded below 15 degrees. The minimum temperature was reduced by 3 degrees in a single day. The minimum temperature is expected to reach 13 degrees on January 25 and 26, according to the weather department. The wind can move from the north at a speed of 5 kilometers per hour. On the other hand, the speed of vehicles has slowed down due to fog on the Ahmedabad-Vadodara Express Highway. Drivers are driving at speeds of 50.

Five days ago, more than 70 vehicles collided due to thick fog in the morning



More than 70 vehicles collided on the Ahmedabad-Vadodara Express Highway five days ago due to thick fog. There were no casualties in the crash, but vehicles were damaged. According to meteorologists, radiation cooling caused the weather-changing fog to appear, causing vehicles to see nothing beyond 10 meters, leading to a number of accidents. A convoy of Highway Authority and police later rushed to the spot. Vehicle traffic was finally restored after eight hours of chaos. Panicked motorists stood in the parking lane. Highway Patrol, on the other hand, instructed motorists to drive at less than 30 mph through a mic.

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