The India Meteorological Department predicts that Gujarat will experience more unseasonal rainfall from April 5 to 7.
On April 5 and 6, light rain and thundershowers are expected in the North Gujarat districts of Banaskantha and Sabarkantha, as well as the Saurashtra districts of Dwarka, Jamnagar, Rajkot, Morbi, and Kutch. According to the weather service, rain will fall on April 7 in the districts of Bharuch, Surat, Narmada, and Tapi, as well as Kutch in South Gujarat.
Following unusually heavy rains last week, the state’s maximum temperature on Monday was 3 to 4 degrees below normal.
Surendranagar had the highest maximum temperature of 38 degrees Celsius, while Okha and Dwarka had the highest minimum temperature of 25 degrees Celsius.
Rajkot recorded 37.6 degrees Celsius, Ahmedabad recorded 37, Kandla Airport 36.4, Gandhinagar 36, Bhuj 35.3, Keshod 35.2, Deesa 34.8, Vadodara 34.6, Bhavnagar 33.4 and Surat recorded 32 degrees Celsius.