The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rainfall due to the monsoon system in the state :-
Meteorological Department has predicted rainy conditions in most parts of the state for the next five days. In Gujarat, heavy to very heavy rain is predicted in Saurashtra and South Gujarat. Currently, the Indian Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rainfall due to active circulation and offshore trough in the Arabian Sea.
Farmers may still have to wait for sowing:-
There is little concern for the farmers who are waiting for windfall. Because most of the farmers are doing monsoon based farming. So farmers start preparations before monsoon. Then, seeing the forecast of the Meteorological Department that this monsoon will sit late, the farmers may still have to wait for sowing. The weather will be cloudy in Ahmedabad, the chances of rain are negligible. Gujarat still has to wait five days for the official monsoon. About 18 percent of the rain has fallen in the entire state so far.
Ambalal Patel predicted rain:- In a conversation with Gujarati, Ambalal Patel has said that the monsoon has been confusing this year. Instead of what should have been rains on June 10-12, Mumbai received thundershowers. Rains that were supposed to fall over Andaman-Nicobar were also delayed. Meanwhile, Ambalal Patel has expressed the possibility of heavy rain on 25-30.
Rain Forecast in Gujarat:- Ahmedabad Meteorological Department Director Manorama Mohanty has said about the rain that there is a forecast of rain in the state for the next 5 days. Heavy to very heavy rain may occur in some parts of the state during these 5 days. He has predicted heavy rains in Saurashtra-Kutch. He has said that there is a possibility of rain due to circulation in South Gujarat.
Rain alert has been given :- According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, there will be rain in the coastal areas of South Gujarat and Sauratra. State government everywhere, fishermen have been notified for alert everywhere. An orange alert has been issued at present. Fishermen have also been instructed not to venture into the sea for tomorrow.