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Early morning rains in Valsad, more than 6 inches in Kharvel

Southwest monsoon reaches Gujarat:   Early morning rains in Valsad, more than 6 inches in Kharvel

It started raining from Tuesday night in Kaprada

The atmosphere in Valsad district also changed. After yesterday, even today, rainy weather prevailed in many parts of the district amid late night cloudy weather. Mehulia has made a banging entry in the Kaprada area of ​​Cherrapunji in the state. Late night rains lashed Vapi and surrounding areas.



Rainy weather in many areas of the district along with Kaprada

Even on Wednesday morning the sky was overcast. The rain had begun. It also rained in several areas of the district including Vapi-Valsad yesterday, along with Dadra-Nagar Haveli in the morning. Significant rains had lashed Kaprada, an inland area of ​​the district, since late last night. Rainy weather prevailed in many parts of the district along with Kaprada.

Due to the rainy weather for two days, the atmosphere became cold

Significantly, the mango season is currently underway in the district, which has led to widespread concern among farmers as the rains and changed climate are detrimental to the mango crop. However, due to the rainy weather prevailing in the district for the last two days, it seems that the Valsad district is already in a bad mood. The rainy weather for two days had cooled the atmosphere and people were relieved from the heat and blizzard. Kharvel in Dadra-Nagar Haveli received 129.6 mm and Selvas 57 mm.

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