It has been raining non-seasonally in different parts of the state for the last five days. However, the effect of Mawtha has lessened since January 9. But due to unseasonal rains, the cold wave in the state has turned again. The meteorological department has also issued yellow alerts in some areas.
According to the meteorological department, the temperature in Bhuj, Rajkot and Kandla has dropped to mercury, while the meteorological department has issued a yellow alert in Kutch for the next two days. The amount of cold is still likely to increase. The cold snap is likely to continue until January 12.
Temperatures have dropped in some parts of the state, including Ahmedabad, leaving people shivering amid the bitter cold. The meteorological department also said that the temperature would rise to around 12 degrees Celsius for the next three days. People in other parts of the state are also shivering with increasing cold.
While the cold front is also increasing in North Gujarat, the meteorological department has said that the cold front may increase after January 9, as part of which non-seasonal rains may occur around January 16.
Due to western disturbances, non-seasonal rains fell in some parts of Gujarat at present. So that some farmers’ crops have also been damaged. Areas like Devbhoomi Dwarika, Khambhaliya, Porbandar, Jamnagar, Bharuch, Kalawad etc. received non-seasonal rains. At that time, the meteorological department said that the situation in Mawtha will be created once again around January 16.
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