Storm brews in Gujarat's teacup

AHMEDABAD: With an overcast sky and mud typhoon bringing down temperatures in northern Gujarat, citizens had been looking forward to some respite from the warmth. Meteorologists clarified that the phenomenon is a “extremely local impact” and isn't hooked up to the weather conditions in north India. The ravages of summer season heat persevered unabated in different parts of the state with most temperatures in 11 of the 23 puts monitored by way of the Met department staying above 40°C on Monday.
Senior meteorologist of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) Gujarat, Manorama Mohanty, said, “Current climate exchange in northern parts of Gujarat could be very localized and has nothing to do with duststorm and rains in Rajasthan and Delhi.”

“This local cyclonic impact is not going to extend in opposition to different parts of the state,” Mohanty added. Kandla airport in Kutch used to be the freshest position within the state at 43.1°C on Monday. Amreli the city in Saurashtra region used to be the second one most up to date position with 42.4°C most temperature.

Ahmedabad city got some relief from the warmth as the maximum temperature dropped on Monday. The city recorded a 41°C most temperature, zero.6 levels beneath standard and 28°C minimal temperature, 1.1 levels above standard on Monday.

The city had recorded a 42.6°C most on Sunday. Relative humidity stage ranged between 64% and 31% due to which sweltering heat used to be felt all over the afternoon. According to IMD, most temperature of town would possibly hover around 42°C on Tuesday. Clouds overcast the sky and strong winds started blowing in Khedbrahma, Idar and Vijaynagar cities in Sabarkantha on Monday afternoon. Later, mud storms and hailstorms had been also reported in some parts of the region including Bhiloda in Aravalli and Deesa in Banaskantha. Besides, in part cloudy climate used to be also reported in some parts of Mehsana, Aravalli, Patan and Banaskantha districts on Monday.

Mohanty said that westerly to northwesterly winds have arrived in Gujarat.
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