IMD issues alert for 5 districts in Gujarat, check complete list


In the final 36 hours, a number of elements of south Gujarat acquired heavy rainfall and officers have stated that extra rainfall is anticipated in the subsequent two days. The heavy downpour threw life out of substances and affected the motion of visitors in Valsad, Surat, Navsari, and Tapi districts of south Gujarat as heavy rains resulted in water-logging in low-lying areas in addition to the closure of some roads in rural elements, officers stated. 

The India Meteorological Department (IMD), in its forecast, predicted that “heavy to very heavy rainfall” would happen on Thursday at remoted locations in the south Gujarat area and a few locations in the north, central, and Saurashtra area, together with Sabarkantha, Vadodara, Amreli, Bhavnagar and Junagadh districts. 

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On Friday, “heavy to very heavy rainfall” would happen at remoted locations throughout Gujarat, together with Navsari, Valsad, Dahod, Sabarkantha, Mahisagar, Vadodara, Tapi, Bharuch, and Junagadh districts. On Saturday, “heavy rainfall” may be very possible at some locations in the south Gujarat area.

Following a fast spell of showers in the morning, a number of roads in Ahmedabad metropolis have been additionally flooded in knee-deep water and other people needed to wade by way of it to achieve their locations. In the final 36 hours ending at 6 am on Thursday, Pardi taluka of Valsad district in south Gujarat acquired as a lot as 182 mm of rainfall, a launch by the State Emergency Operations Centre (SEOC) stated. 


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Pardi was adopted by Valsad taluka of Valsad district (177 mm), Palsana taluka of Surat (171 mm), Valod taluka of Tapi (166 mm), Khergam of Navsari district (157 mm), Dharampur of Valsad (157 mm), Kamrej of Surat (152 mm) and Umargam of Valsad (143 mm). 

Mandvi taluka of Surat, Kutiyana taluka of Porbandar, and Keshod in addition to Visavadar taluka of Junagadh district in the Saurashtra area recorded greater than 100 mm of rainfall throughout this era. 

Nilesh Desai
Nilesh Desai
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