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Cyclone Jawad coming; Odisha, Andhra Pradesh begin evacuations, IMD issues red alert

New Delhi: With Cyclone Jawad expected to hit Odisha and Andhra Pradesh on Saturday, both the states have begun preparations to deal with it. Cyclone Jawad, likely to be a powerful one, is expected to turn towards northeast after hitting Odisha and North Andhra Pradesh. The cyclone has been caused due to the depression over...

Unseasonal rain in Gujarat: Khambha in Amreli gets 22 mm in 2 hours

31 taluka of Gujarat received unseasonal rain on Wednesday morning Gandhinagar: Several parts of the state received unseasonal rain on Wednesday morning. As per the forecast by India Meteorological Department (IMD), the state is likely to receive rain on December 1 and 2 due to western disturbance. Between 6 am and 7 am on Wednesday,...

2021’s southwest monsoon withdrawal 5th most delayed since 1975: IMD

IMD announces complete withdrawal of southwest monsoon from India on Monday New Delhi: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Monday announced that southwest monsoon has completely withdrawn from the country. According to IMD, this is the fifth most delayed withdrawal of the southwest monsoon. Shockingly, four of these five times have been since 2010. “In...

Kerala floods: IMD issues warning, predicts more rain till Oct 24

Thiruvananthapuram: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned of more rain in Kerala and said that the current respite from heavy rains is temporary. The weather agency has issued a yellow alert for Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Kottayam, Idukki, Alappuzha, Ernakulam and Pallakkad on Tueday. For Wednesday and Thursday, an orange alert has been issued...

Heavy rains continue in Gujarat; Narmada dam 68% full

Gandhinagar: The Sardar Sarovar dam on Narmada river, also the biggest water source for Gujarat throughout the year, is now up to 68 per cent full, thanks to heavy rain upstream. Till the end of August, the situation seemed bleak with huge deficit in the average annual rainfall. However, heavy rain across the state in...
Heavy rain in parts of Gujarat; Ahmedabad roads water-logged

Heavy rain in parts of Gujarat; Ahmedabad roads water-logged

Ahmedabad: Due to the effect of Cyclone Gulab that hit Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, heavy rain was witness in Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar on Monday morning. Several areas in Ahmedabad were water-logged, leading to traffic commotion. Areas like Sola, Science City, Ghatlodia, Chandlodia, Ranip, Bopal, etc received rain on Monday morning. Zone-wise, north-west Ahmedabad received the...

Cyclonic storm Gulab weakens into deep depression: IMD

Bhubaneswar: The cyclonic storn ‘Gulab’ has weakened into a deep depression, the India Meteorological Department said on Monday morning. The system is likely to weaken further, the weather department has said. The cyclonic storm over north Andhra Pradesh and south Odisha moved westward with a speed of 14 kmph, weakening into a deep depression, said...

Rain fury in Gujarat: Jodiya in Jamnagar gets 5-inch rain in 2 hours

Gujarat has so far received 79.8% of its average annual rainfall Jamnagar: Parts of Gujarat received heavy rainfall on Thursday morning. At least 25 talukas received rain in two hours between 6 am and 8 am. Life was thrown out of gear in Jodiya taluka of Jamnagar which received 5 inch rain in just two...

September reduces deficit; Gujarat receives nearly 78% of annual rainfall

Gandhinagar: The rain deficit in Gujarat year, which was around 50 per cent just three weeks ago has reduced to less than 22 per cent. According to the rainfall report, the state had received 78.75 per cent of its average annual rainfall by 8 am on Wednesday. The maximum rainfall, 89.80 per cent,  has been...

Heavy rains lash Ahmedabad on Monday night; highest in Bopal, Odhav

Ahmedabad: The city witnessed heavy rainfall, accompanied by lightning and thunder, late on Monday night. Ahmedabad received an average rainfall of 1 inch in last 24 hours. Weather in the district is likely to remain rainy, with light to moderate rain over the next five days, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted. According to...

Gujarat may receive heavy rain over next 5 days, says IMD

Ahmedabad: Widespread rain is likely in Gujarat between September 19 and 21, the India Meteorological Department has predicted. Saurashtra region will get heavy to very heavy rain in several places. Ahmedabad, especially its southern parts, will get light to moderate rain. Districts like Dahod, Panchmahals, Aravalli, Mahisagar, Kheda, Anand and others are expected to get...

Rain fury in Gujarat: Saurashtra on red alert

Gujarat has so far received over 71% of its average annual rainfall Rajkot: The Met department has predicted extremely heavy rain in Gujarat over next three-four days. Saurashtra has been put on red alert, with the administration making all preparations to deal with the situation. Extremely heavy rain is likely in Rajkot, Junagadh and Jamnagar...