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5/7/21

हवन विज्ञान भवन: The monsoon will be active in Kerala between May 26 and 29, while the monsoon is likely to start in Ahmedabad between June 20 and 25.





Meteorological Department Forecast:  The monsoon will be active in Kerala between May 26 and 29, while the monsoon is likely to start in Ahmedabad between June 20 and 25.


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Chance of normal rainfall in Gujarat this year: Meteorological Department



The monsoon is likely to return to normal in the state once again this year after receiving 30 to 35 per cent more rainfall than normal during the monsoon for two consecutive years. This means that the state is likely to receive rainfall ranging from 800 mm to 1000 mm this year.

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According to monsoon meteorologists in Ahmedabad after June 20 , monsoon is likely to be active in Kerala between May 26 and 29 this year. Premonsoon activity in Gujarat starts about a week after the monsoon is active in Kerala and the monsoon starts till June 15. This year too, the monsoon is likely to start in Ahmedabad between June 20 and 25, with rains starting around June 15 in the state as per the scheduled time.

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There will be normal rainfall this year in
addition to the normal rainfall of 840 mm in the state. In contrast, the state received 30 to 35 per cent more rainfall than normal in the years 2019 and 2020. But with the rainfall remaining normal this year, the state may receive 800 to 1000 mm of rainfall. However, changes in the climate are often due to sudden formation of low pressure, which is also likely to cause fluctuations in rainfall.

Read in Gujarati news 

The state is likely to
receive showers with strong winds during Saturday-Sunday due to the cyclonic circulation system created in North Gujarat. During this time, winds of 30 to 40 kmph will blow and rains may be recorded at Dang, Tapi in South Gujarat as well as Junagadh and Amreli in Saurashtra. 



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In addition, due to dry hot winds, the highest temperature in the state was recorded on Thursday in Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar where the maximum temperature of mercury reached 42 degrees. During the next 4 to 5 days, the maximum temperature in many cities of the state will be 40 to 42 degrees and people will have to endure extreme heat during the day.

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