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5/28/21

After the Tau-Te hurricane, the situation has improved and there are reports of heavy rains in some parts of Saurashtra, Central and South Gujarat.

Weather:  After the Tau-Te hurricane, the situation has improved and there are reports of heavy rains in some parts of Saurashtra, Central and South Gujarat.


This kind of atmosphere will last for four-five days

Central Pakistan and adjoining West Rajasthan are currently experiencing cyclonic circulation.



Hurricane Tau-te hit Gujarat on May 17. The hurricane has caused severe damage to agriculture and power supply in the state. On the other hand, many trees have also been uprooted. The government has announced a relief package but the situation has not returned to normal even after 10 days. Work is currently underway to undo the situation. At that time, there is concern among the people in the state over the prediction of Mawar. Light to moderate rains are forecast in many parts of the state over the next two days.

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Sayaklonika triggering a circulation status
, according to the department's weather, with rain in some parts of the region might anniversary. In addition, light rains are likely in some parts of Saurashtra, Central and South Gujarat. Cyclonic circulation is currently prevailing in Central Pakistan and adjoining West Rajasthan. Due to which the weather in many parts of Gujarat has changed. Due to this situation, cloudy weather was observed in Ahmedabad and surrounding areas during the day on Thursday.

Humid winds are currently blowing from the Arabian Sea (file photo)



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Humid winds are blowing from the Arabian Sea
and light rains are expected in some parts of the state. The weather will remain like this for four-five days and then the heat will rise again, the meteorological department said. "Currently, humid winds are coming from the Arabian Sea," said Manorama Mohanty, an official with the Meteorological Department. Rainfall is caused by wind, humidity and other factors. So that the possibility of rain cannot be ruled out.

It may rain in some parts of Saurashtra in the coming days (file photo)


Read in Gujarati news 

It may rain in some parts of Saurashtra,
however, this is a pre-monsoon activity. As part of which it is raining in some areas. It is likely to rain in some parts of Saurashtra in the coming days. In other parts of the state, the weather will remain dry for 24 hours. The scorching heat is still prevailing in the state as climate change is forecast. Surendranagar became the hottest city in the state with a temperature of 41 degrees on Thursday. While the temperature in Ahmedabad remained stable at 39 degrees.

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