Ambalal Patel Prediction Gujarat 2024

Hello Friends, Cyclone Ramal has caused huge havoc. Heavy rains are lashing Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura following the impact of the cyclone. Cyclone Ramal has wreaked havoc in West Bengal. Now this storm has been changed the rain pattern. Monsoon is coming early in the country. The effect of which will be seen in Gujarat also. Meteorologist Ambalal Patel has predicted rain in the first week of June.

Rain will fall in these districts

Meteorologist Ambalal Patel has predicted pre-monsoon activity in the state. Which will now start from the first week of June itself. Ambalal Patel said that in the first week of June, the areas including Valsad, was Dang in South Gujarat may receive rain under pre-monsoon activity. Parts of Central Gujarat may receive rain. In which rain may occur in areas including Anand, Vadodara, Nadiad. Dhandhuka, Bhavnagar and parts of South Saurashtra may receive rain. Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar may be affected by pre-monsoon activity. So parts of Panchmahal and parts of Sabarkantha may receive rain under pre-monsoon activity.

Rains in entire Gujarat by June 4

Ambalal Patel further said that there may be rains in the state along with cyclonic storm. Rains may arrive see across the state by June 4. Monsoon will be good due to rainfall in the latter parts of Rohini Nakshatra. After a quarter of a month, good rains will prevail in the state.

Waves surged in the sea of ​​Bhavnagar

Following the impact of Cyclone Ramal, currents were seen in the sea of ​​Ghogha and Alang in Bhavnagar. Due to the current in the sea of ​​Alang and Ghogha, the waves rose high in the sea. The impact of the any storm created dire scenes with 10 to 15 feet high waves in the sea. The wind was blowing at a speed of 34 kmph due to a change in the atmosphere of Bhavnagar.

Cyclone Ramal has hit the coast of West Bengal. The cyclone hit the Sundarbans on Sunday night with a wind speed of 135 kmph. Cyclone Ramal has affected from Bengal to Odisha. It is raining heavily in many most districts of West Bengal. It is raining with stormy and heavy winds. Not only this, the wind is blowing at a speed of 120 to 135 km per hour. Due to the storm, trees have fallen in many places. Heavy rains are still forecast in West Bengal, Odisha. Assam, Moghalaya also have heavy rains.

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