The weather in Gujarat has taken a turn for the unusual, with unseasonal rain predicted for parts of the state over the next few days. This comes as a surprise, as the winter months are typically dry in Gujarat. The village of Kalyanpur Panthak in Dwarka has already seen some unseasonal rain, accompanied by thunder. This has raised concerns among farmers, who worry that their crops could be damaged.
The Gujarat Meteorological Department has predicted light rain in Saurashtra and Kutch over the next 24 hours. Rain is expected as winds bring moisture from the Arabian Sea. Districts that are likely to receive light rains will experience cooler temperatures with lower day temperatures. Rain with lightning is likely over Kutch and Jamnagar, while light rain is also forecast over Navsari and Valsad. Ahmedabad has recorded a temperature of 16 degrees Celsius, and the temperature is not expected to change much for the next two to three days.
Gujarat meteorologist Ambalal Patel has also predicted unseasonal rain for two days from today. However, he has also said that the clouds coming from the Arabian Sea are at high altitudes and are not likely to produce rain. However, he has predicted a sharp drop in temperatures from December 25 onwards.
The unseasonal rain is likely to bring some relief from the dry weather, but it could also damage crops. The cold snap is likely to make life difficult for people living in Gujarat, especially those who do not have adequate shelter.
People in Gujarat are advised to stay updated on the latest weather forecasts and take precautions to protect themselves from the cold. Farmers should take steps to protect their crops from the rain. The unseasonal rain and cold snap in Gujarat are a reminder that the weather can be unpredictable. It is important to be prepared for all types of weather conditions.
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