Articles tagged under: Monsoon 2022

Gujarat completes over 7 per cent of average monsoon season rain

June 27, 2022
Gujarat completes over 7 per cent of average monsoon season rain

Ahmedabad: Gujarat has completed about 7 % of the total average rain of monsoon season so far. As of Monday morning, the state has received a 7.1% rain of average monsoon with a total rainfall of 59.57 mm against the average of 850 mm, as per the zone-wise report on rainfall dated 27 June 2022. Surendranagar in Saurashtra region has received the highest rainfall against the average rain of the monsoon season, which stands at 12.65%, followed by 12.1% in Amreli and 11.74% in Junagadh. Sava...Read More

Gujarat completes nearly 5 per cent of average monsoon season rain

June 23, 2022
Gujarat completes nearly 5 per cent of average monsoon season rain

Gandhinagar: Gujarat has completed nearly 5 percent rains of total seasonal average so far. The State had as on 8 am today 4.98 % rain of the average monsoon season, with a total rainfall of 42.33 mm reported so far, as per a zone wise rainfall report dated 18th June. Surendranagar reported the highest percentage of rain of the average monsoon season among the districts of the state, which is 10.69 percent; followed by 7.83 percent in Valsad and 7.40 percent in Amreli. Muli taluka of S...Read More

Valsad to receive heavy to very heavy rains during 24-26 June: IMD

June 21, 2022
Valsad to receive heavy to very heavy rains during 24-26 June: IMD

Gandhinagar: Valsad district in South Gujarat is likely to witness heavy to very heavy rain from 24th to 26th June, informed IMD officer M Mohanty in a meeting of the weather watch group held in Gandhinagar in the leadership of the relief commissioner. Surat, Navsari, Tapi and Dang districts are likely to witness heavy rain in the upcoming 5 days. The relief commissioner suggested deployment of one team of NDRF and SDRF in Navsari, and more teams in other districts. The agriculture depar...Read More

Gujarat receives 2.58 per cent of total average monsoon rain

June 18, 2022
Gujarat receives 2.58 per cent of total average monsoon rain

Gandhinagar: Gujarat completes 2.58 % rain of the average monsoon season, with a total rainfall of 21.92 mm reported so far, as per a zone wise rainfall report dated 18th June. Surendranagar reported the highest percentage of rain of the average monsoon season among the districts of the state, which is 8.27 percent; followed by 5.66 percent in Amreli and 4.81 percent in Junagadh. Muli taluka of Surendranagar district reported the highest percentage of average rain which is 15.81 %, follo...Read More

Kharif season gets under way with sowing in 85,896 hectares

June 12, 2022
Kharif season gets under way with sowing in 85,896 hectares

Gandhinagar: Farmers have initiated sowing activity for the Kharif season. Of the 85,896 hectares in which sowing has been completed, cotton has been sown in as many as 42,516 hectares and groundnut has been sown in total 35,999 hectares. Farmers are expecting a good monsoon season. According to the figures available from the agriculture department, sowing of foodgrains has not yet started in the state except for the 61 hectares in which corn has been sown. Sowing happens in an average 13,...Read More

Parts of Gujarat continue to get pre-monsoon showers

June 11, 2022
Parts of Gujarat continue to get pre-monsoon showers

Gandhinagar: Several places across the state witnessed rainfall in the last four days. Amreli has been witnessing rain for last 4 days. A village named Vijpadi in Savarkundla witnessed over half inch rain. The talukas in Amreli district Dhari, Kukavav, Babra witnessed rainfall. Valsad and Navsari also witnessed rainfall. Valsad taluka reported 14 MM and Kaprada taluka reported 2 mm rainfall. Visavadar, Girgadhada and Veraval also witnessed over half inch rain in the afternoon today. ...Read More

Gujarat is likely to receive rain but Kutch will remain dry: IMD

June 10, 2022
Gujarat is likely to receive rain but Kutch will remain dry: IMD

Ahmedabad: IMD Meteorological Centre Ahmedabad, releases the weather forecast for 5 days valid w.e.f from the time of origin to 08:30 Hrs. IST of 11/06/2022. Rainfall occurred at isolated places over Saurashtra; weather was dry over the Gujarat region & Kutch for 24 hours till morning today. The weather warning for the next 5 days for Gujarat State Diu, Daman, Dadra Nagar Haveli is as follows: Light to moderate rain/ thundershowers are very likely at isolated places in the districts...Read More

More rains forecast for parts of Gujarat: IMD

June 09, 2022
More rains forecast for parts of Gujarat: IMD

Gandhinagar: IMD Meteorological Centre Ahmedabad, releases the weather forecast for 5 days with effect from June 10, 2022, that said that “Light thunderstorm with lightning and surface wind 30- 40 kph (in gust) accompanied with light to moderate rain very likely at isolated places around the state”. Forecast for June 9 till June 12, suggests that Light to moderate rain/ thundershowers are very likely at isolated places in the districts of the South Gujarat region namely, Vadodara, Bharuch...Read More

Forecast for rains in parts of Gujarat during the next five days

June 07, 2022
Forecast for rains in parts of Gujarat during the next five days

Gandhinagar: Central government's weather department IMD has released a forecast for light to moderate rain/thundershowers in parts of Gujarat during the next five days, from 8th to 12th June. Following are the details of the same: Valid from time of origin to 0830 Hrs. IST of 08/06/2022: Light to moderate rain/ thundershowers very likely at isolated places in the districts of North Gujarat region namely Banaskantha and Ahmedabad; in the districts of Saurashtra Kutch namely Surendranagar...Read More

Ban on beach bath in Diu for three months

June 04, 2022
Ban on beach bath in Diu for three months

Diu: Diu collector has ordered a ban on bathing in all the beaches and sea in Diu from 1st June to 31st August. The ban is imposed due to safety reasons during the monsoon. The visitors can visit the beaches but they are not allowed to bathe. The collector has implemented section 144. The legal actions will be taken under IPC 188 and 291 against those who breach the ban. The ban is imposed because higher sea waves are formed with more current and wind during the start of the monsoon which can be...Read More

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