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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Meteorologist Ambalal Patel's big forecast, heavy rains in the south, even in Gujarat

Meteorologist Ambalal Patel's big forecast, heavy rains in the south, even in Gujarat

The recent cyclone in the Bay of Bengal will continue to increase in the coming days of December, causing heavy rainfall in the south-eastern coast.  Heavy rains are likely in areas including Tamil Nadu and Kerala, according to meteorologists.

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 According to meteorologist Ambalal Patel, heavy snowfall is expected in the northern highlands from December 4 to 7 due to heavy pressure in the Arabian Sea.  Due to which the amount of clouds in various parts of Gujarat may become severe by 10th December.  Cold winds may also blow on December 9 and 10.  Which can also lead to mild mawthu.

 The fog will affect Delhi, Punjab and Haryana in the same period.  Foggy weather is also spreading in Gujarat.  Many parts of Jammu and Kashmir become cold.  Its effect will be seen in the typical Pirim Rajasthan where the cold mercury can drop drastically. 

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 Heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures are expected in the northern highlands on December 8.  The cold snap will increase from December 27 and 28.  January this year will be a very cold month.  The effect will continue even in the form of severe cold in February.

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 In some parts of North and Central Gujarat, the minimum temperature can go below 8 degrees.  Naturally, Abu will be just as cold.  Areas of Dandiwada, Banaskantha will be under severe cold.  In Saurashtra, Rajkot will also experience cold.  Due to the possibility of Mawtha, it will be necessary to protect the cotton and cumin crops.

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