Ahmedabad once again recorded below the normal temperature for the second day in a row on Tuesday. The city reported a maximum of 41 Degrees Celsius with a decrease of 0.7 degrees in maximum normal temperature. However, the minimum temperature in the city remained at 29.3 Degrees Celsius, which was 1.7 degrees more than the normal temperature.
The atmosphere across Gujarat remained averagely pleasant with a cloudy atmosphere and only three places in Gujarat reported a maximum temperature of more than 40 Degrees Celsius on Tuesday. The citizens across the state got a respite from the high temperatures due to the cyclonic circulation over the regions of Rajasthan and low pressure over the northeast Arabian Sea, which brought in the cooler winds.
However, South Gujarat regions received showers on Tuesday. According to the IMD, Navsari, Valsad along with the Union Territories – Daman and Dadra & Nagar Haveli are expected to receive light showers for the next two days.
Surendranagar was reported to be the hottest place in Gujarat on Wednesday with a maximum temperature of 41.5 Degrees Celsius followed by Rajkot with 41.1 Degrees Celsius of maximum temperature.
According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Ahmedabad is expected to experience a maximum of 42 Degrees Celsius temperature on Wednesday and no large changes are expected in maximum temperatures at least for the next four to five days.