Ambalal Patel Agahi in gujrat

Ambalal Patel Agahi in gujrat : The biggest forecast of monsoon has arrived to alert the people of Gujarat. Heavy rainfall is forecast across the country including Gujarat. Ambalal Patel, a well-known forecaster from Gujarat warned people to be prepared for the third round of stormy rains by making the biggest prediction. A low pressure will form in the Bay of Bengal on July 14. The third round of rains will begin on July 20. The third round will be more stormy.

Ambalal Patel Agahi in gujrat

Ambalal Patel prophesied that we should be prepared for another downpour coming soon. Brace yourself, as July is expected to witness an extraordinary monsoon, never seen before. From July 17, expect heavy to very heavy rains, triggering raging rivers. A deep depression formed over the Bay of Bengal may increase rainfall in the state, possibly leading to cloudbursts.

Amid stormy weather, another episode of rain has released its falls, drenching the ground with 11 inches of rain. As we brace ourselves for an imminent third round, we expect it to bring gale force winds and other flooding. Ambalal Patel went on to say with grave concern that the upcoming third installment of rains will be devastating, the likes of which mankind has never seen before.

  • Meteorological department's rain forecast
  • There will be normal rainfall in the state for the next 7 days
  • Today there will be heavy rain in entire Gujarat including Saurashtra

Heavy rain will occur in these districts

According to Ambalal Patel's forecast, the initial deep depression during the Monsoon season is expected to form on 18th, 19th and 20th July. Gujarat will witness heavy to very heavy rains from 23rd to 30th July as this powerful deep depression intensifies and affects the entire nation. There is a possibility of rain in other parts of the country including Gujarat. Heavy to very heavy rain may occur in certain areas of Gujarat.

The third round of heavy rain will bring

Meteorologist Ambalal Patel has announced the state's climate forecast. From July 23 to 30, the region is expected to receive heavy rainfall. Heavy rain is likely due to cyclonic circulation and low pressure. An initial significant depression of Monsoon is expected to emerge on July 18-19 and 20. Ambalal Patel's strong forecast promises rain at numerous places across the country, including Gujarat. Heavy to very heavy rains may occur in select areas of the state.

As the depression moves across Rajasthan and parts of Madhya Pradesh and moves towards Gujarat, the Sabarmati River will experience a surge in its flow due to heavy rains. Areas of Central Gujarat and North Gujarat should expect rainfall in the range of 4 to 8 inches. Additionally, some areas of South Gujarat may experience significant downpours, reaching around 10-12 inches of rain.

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