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Gujarat has an average rainfall of 76.44%, meteorological department forecast light to heavy rains in North Gujarat

Rainy weather has been created in various parts of Gujarat.

Gujarat has an average rainfall of 76.44%, meteorological department forecast light to heavy rains in North Gujarat
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From the beginning of Septembe, rainy weather has been created in various parts of Gujarat. In the first monsoon round, heavy rains lashed South Gujarat, Saurashtra.

While in the current round, heavy rains are falling in some areas of Central Gujarat and North Gujarat. A total of 99 talukas of the state received Gujarat rains during the day on Monday. The highest rainfall was in Quant, Bardoli, Mahuva with four inches of rain. The state has received an average rainfall of 76.44 per cent. The state is still forecasting heavy rains in the next 2 hours.

The highest rainfall in Saurashtra is 88.35 per cent

If we talk about rainfall in the state (Rainfall data), Quant has received the highest rainfall of four inches in 24 hours. Along with this, Bardoli and Mahuva also received four inches of rain.

2.5 inches of rain in Dholka, Jotana, Vaso. While Pavi Jetpur, Unjha has received 2 inches of rain. The highest rainfall so far has been recorded in Saurashtra at 88.35 per cent.

The average rainfall in the state is 76.44 percent.

The meteorological department has forecast five days of universal rainfall in Gujarat. The next three days of normal rains in Saurashtra and light to heavy rains were forecast in North Gujarat and Central Gujarat. The meteorological department has forecast light to heavy rains in Vadodara, Chhota Udepur, Banaskantha, Sabarkantha, Patan, Mehsana, Mahisagar and Dahod.

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