Meteorologist Ambalal Patel’s forecast: Forecasting rain in Gujarat, Ambalal Patel said that there is a possibility of light showers in different parts of the state till August 15, there will be good rain from August 20 to the beginning of September.
Rains have almost stopped across the state. At some places it is raining sporadically and at some places there is heavy rain shower. The third round of rains in Gujarat is over and now the fourth round is awaited. Meanwhile, weather expert Ambalal Patel has predicted rain. He said that there will be rain in Gujarat from Shravan Amas to Bhadrava month.
They have said that there may be good rain in Gujarat from August 20 to the beginning of September. Rain system is likely to become active again after wind speed slows down. They have said that there is a gap for the farmers now, there will be rain showers now. A rain system will form after the wind subsides. Let us tell you that some other weather experts have predicted heavy rains between August 19 and 21 during the fourth round of rains.
Ambalal Patel said that there is a possibility of light rain in different parts of the state till August 15. So even during Janmashtami there is a possibility of rain in some parts of the state. There will be rain from Shravan Amas to Bhadrava month. Also, he has said that there is a possibility of a reversal in the country’s weather from August 15.
The forecast of the local meteorological department says that there is no chance of heavy rain in Gujarat at present. Normal rain will occur at some places for the next five days. There is no heavy rain in Gujarat as there is no rain system active at present. Talking about Ahmedabad, there is no possibility of light rain in the city from today till August 15. However, cloudy weather is expected to remain in Ahmedabad, rain clouds may rain at some places in the form of showers.
Sources of the State Control Operation Ruma in Gandhinagar say that in the last 24 hours ending this morning, 19 talukas of the state received very normal rainfall. In which the maximum half an inch of rain fell in Gir-Somnath.