Ambalal Patel’s prediction date will be fulfilled on 26th and 27th
Meteorologist Ambalal Patel has issued another weather warning for the state, saying heavy rains are likely in the southern region from November 24, 2023. Due to the influence of other celestial bodies, Gujarat will be affected, North India may be affected by Western Cyclone and East India may also have some impact. A cyclonic storm may develop over West Bengal, which may intensify even in December. Mumbai-Maharashtra may also experience heavy rain.
Weather will deteriorate from November 28:
Ambalal. Ambalal Patel said that some areas of South Saurashtra, especially coastal areas like Gir Somnath and Veraval, Jamnagar are likely to receive rain. Rain is also likely in southern areas. Monsoon-like continuous heavy rains will decrease. He said that Shyaalma will create an atmosphere similar to that seen in monsoon. Rain is also likely in some areas of central Gujarat. He also asserted that the impact of this slowdown will be significant on November 26 and 27, but will be less impactful from November 28 onwards.
Meteorological department warning
A fresh western disturbance with easterly winds is likely to affect north, north-west and west India from November 25, it said. Due to which the weather may change in the hilly areas of Jammu-Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Light to moderate rain is likely at isolated places over North Central Maharashtra, North Konkan, Gujarat, South-West Madhya Pradesh and South Rajasthan from November 24 to November 27, accompanied by thunderstorm.
Moderate rain may occur
The Meteorological Department has said that a pressure system may expand over the South Andaman Sea around November 26 and a pressure area may form around it. According to today’s Skymet weather reports, heavy rain is likely over Kerala, Tamil Nadu and South Karnataka. Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, parts of Telangana, Karnataka and Lakshadweep may receive moderate rainfall. Jammu and Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan and northern areas of Muzaffarabad may experience heavy rain and snowfall. Moderate rain may occur at some places in Northeast India. Air quality index of Delhi and NCR is at critical level.