Gandhinagar: Mavthu will occur in the state during the next three days, besides wind speed of 40 km per hour is likely to blow in the state. On the other hand, the temperature is rising in the state. Especially Vallabh Vidyanagar in central Gujarat experienced scorching heat as the temperature reached 42 degrees.
A cyclonic pressure system is stationary over Pakistan and Punjab, another trough line is visible from Haryana through Himalayas to West Bengal. A trough line is visible from south-east Madhya Pradesh to south Karnataka. Besides this, a trough line is being observed from Bihar towards northern Odisha. Due to which all these systems are producing rainy weather. Following this, the Meteorological Department has predicted that there may be monsoon rains in many areas in the state during the next 28 to 30.
Scientists of the Meteorological Department have issued a forecast that rain will occur in the districts including Banaskantha, Sabarkantha, Kutch, Patan, Mehsana, Rajkot, Amreli, Bhavnagar during the next three days in the state. Apart from this, the heat will increase by 3 degrees in the state after 24 hours. Wind has been blowing at high speed for the last 48 hours continuously in the state, apart from this, scattered rain is also happening at some places.
Official sources of the Meteorological Department at the Ahmedabad airport said that among the cities of the state today, Ahmedabad recorded 41 D.C., Disa 38 D.C., Gandhinagar 41 D.C., Vallabh Vidyanagar 42 D.C., Vadodara 38 D.C. , 34 in Surat, 35 in Valsad, 36 in Bhuj, 35 in Nalia, 37 in Kandla Airport, 41 in Bhavnagar, 38 in Rajkot. , 40 Dec in Surendranagar. and 35 Dec in Keshod. As the maximum temperature was recorded.