According to the Indian Meteorology Department’s forecast on Friday, parts of north and central Gujarat are likely to remain cloudy and may even receive unseasonal rains in the next 24 to 48 hours. South Gujarat and Saurashtra, on the other hand, are likely to remain dry.
According to Ahmedabad Met Centre chief Dr. Manoma Mohanty, there will be little relief from the cold wave in some parts of the state, but the western region and Kutch are likely to remain under its influence.
The maximum temperature in the city was 26.4°C, 2.8 degrees below normal, and the minimum temperature was 13.5°C.
According to Mohanty, the minimum temperature in Ahmedabad was 13°C, and the minimum temperature in the next 24 hours is expected to be 16°C.
In a cloudy forecast, he stated that the dry air moisture confluence creates the possibility of unseasonal rains in districts such as Patan, Banaskantha, Sabarkantha, Aravalli, Dahod, Kheda, and Ahmedabad.