The rain spell will soon excruciate Gujarat for ten days or even more. However, North and Central Gujarat might receive rains for the next 48 hours. On July 27, the entire state will have relief from the heavy showers that might extend up to the first week of August. But, the presence of cloudy skies and scattered rains might prevail in some areas of the state and restrict the heat factor.
There is a low-pressure area visible over South Rajasthan and the surrounding regions. Nearby North and Central Gujarat, this system is traversed by an east-west trough. For the following two days, these two features could still hit these areas with sporadic rain and thundershowers before moving away.
Even if they linger for shorter periods, isolated locations still have the potential of seeing moderate to heavy rainfall.
The majority of Gujarat’s north and centre will likely experience heavy rain. Banaskantha, Sabarkantha, Deesa, Patan, Palanpur, Mehsana, Himmatnagar, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Kheda, Godhra, Dahod, Aravali, and Mahisagar are likely vulnerable areas.
After 48 hours, noticeable improvement will exist in even these areas. The severe and torrential rains witnessed frequently in July will bring joy to the entire state, as predicted by the Meteo Department.
The state’s two subdivisions are experiencing an abundance of rainfall. Saurashtra & Kutch are seeing a significant excess of 76 per cent rainfall, while Gujarat is experiencing an excess rainfall of 51%. It is true even though June saw very little rain. The monsoon was delayed and stalled for two weeks. Since then, the state has recovered its loss and has a 61 per cent surplus overall. Except for three, all of the state’s districts saw regular, excess, or significant excess between June 1 and July 24.