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5/19/21

Ahmedabad city gets hurricane after 23 years, maximum 6 inches of rain in history in May, winds blowing at a speed of 40 to 80 kmph

Natural Disaster: Ahmedabad city gets hurricane after 23 years, maximum 6 inches of rain in history in May, winds blowing at a speed of 40 to 80 kmph



The road passing near Jashoda Nagar was flooded due to rains. This situation was seen in many areas of the city.

Earlier in 1998, a hurricane passed near Ahmedabad
The 39-year-old record of 5.5 inches of rain was broken in May
The maximum wind speed was 51 to 80 kmph between 5 and 7 pm
Heavy rains knocked down 15 buildings, blocked roads in 3 places
The revelation is expected this afternoon

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After a long period of about 23 years, Hurricane 'Taut' has touched Ahmedabad. The hurricane caused the city to receive 142 mm (approximately 6 inches) of rain in history in May. Wind speeds also ranged from 40 to 80 kilometers per hour. Earlier in 1998, a hurricane from Lakshadweep passed near Ahmedabad. The effects will subside from Wednesday as the hurricane passes and the revelation is expected in the afternoon.



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The wind caused a puncture in Kankaria's helium balloon. This newly brought balloon was not yet in use due to the corona.

The strongest wind blew in the city between 5 and 7 p.m. In addition, thunderstorms continued throughout the day. The level at Vasana Barrage was reduced following the rains. Gate No. 20 feet, Gate No. 23 1.6 feet, Gate No. 26, 27, 28, 30 three feet were opened. Wind and rain caused 15 buildings to collapse.




In Maninagar, the trees on the side of the road started falling one by one due to strong winds. A 32-year-old tree also collapsed in Prabodhanagar in Kubernagar.

The city has not received even five inches of rain in May in the last 10 years

YearRainfall (mm)
1982138.3
20110
2012Splashes
20130
20140.4
20156.7
20161
20172.2
20180
20190
20200
2021102

Rainfall by zone

ZoneIn inches of rain
Middle12
A. West6
South-west5.5
East5.7
West5.7
South4.5
North4.5
The soil of the third line track between Ahmedabad-Vatva at Vatva Yard was washed away in the muddy, muddy rain water.
The soil of the third line track between Ahmedabad-Vatva at Vatva Yard was washed away in the muddy, muddy rain water.

The storms were near the city

  • The cyclone became active on June 6, 1920, and passed very close to Ahmedabad on June 14.
  • Crossed around Modhera-Mehsana in October 1975.
  • At the end of April 1976, cyclone 45 km from Bhavnagar lake. Deep Mahemdavad and near Ahmedabad became a deep depression.
  • The cyclone of November 1982 landed around Diu, weakened from the Gulf of Khambhat to Bharuch.
  • The cyclone of 18 June 1996 formed in Mumbai West and passed through Viramgam on 19 June as a depression.
  • The hurricane, which became active in Lakshadweep on June 4, 1998, passed through Radhanpur in North Gujarat, 190 km from Ahmedabad. This cyclone was stronger than 'Taut' and caused a lot of destruction.

70 areas flooded, many homes flooded again The
city ​​was flooded in 70 areas with 6 inches of rain falling. The water receded in an hour as premonsoon operations were carried out in all the areas. The water in Lakshmi Lake in Vatva was overflowing and the water was also mentioned by arranging Varuna there. Areas including Gota, Naranpura, Vejalpur, Danilimda, Viratnagar, Naroda, Nicol were inundated due to heavy rains.

Seven Samadi cubs and a number of injured pigeons were rescued by the Gitaben Rambhia Trust.
Seven Samadi cubs and a number of injured pigeons were rescued by the Gitaben Rambhia Trust.

Temperature drops by 9.4 degrees The
maximum temperature in the city fell by 9.4 degrees to 25.8 degrees due to wind and rain.

The leaves of the sea plane office built near Ambedkar Bridge were blown away.
The leaves of the sea plane office built near Ambedkar Bridge were blown away.

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