Gujarat, usually considered to be a hot state, is recording a notable drop in temperatures this winter. After the cold wave and rains, the state has yet again recorded one of the lowest temperatures this winter.
Many cities including Ahmedabad, Surat, Rajkot, Vadodara, Gandhinagar, of Gujarat recorded temperatures as low as 9 degrees celsius.
As per the temperatures marked at 5 am today morning, Ahmedabad recorded 9 degrees Celsius, Surat – 13 degrees, Rajkot – 8 degrees, Gandhinagar – 8 degrees and Vadodara recorded 12 degrees Celcius.
After a long time, Gujarat is facing such cold weather. One of the primary reasons for this is climate change. As a result, Gujarat has also faced rains in the winter season and there is also a higher rate of dew in the cities. The wind speed rate has also increased at 6 km/h and the temperatures have dropped in the past 10 days.