The low pressure in the Bay of Bengal will cause rains across the state
98 reservoirs in the state are on high alert
Rainfall ranging from 1 mm to 62 mm was recorded in 115 talukas from 6 am to 2 pm
NDRF teams went on stand-by following the forecast of heavy to very heavy rains
The meteorological department has forecast heavy to very heavy rains across the state for the next five days. In Gandhinagar, relief commissioner and additional secretary Harshad R. The Weather Watch Group's webinar was chaired by Patel. The meteorological department has forecast heavy to very heavy rains in the state in the next five days. He also said that due to low pressure in the Bay of Bengal, good rains are expected across the state from August 21 to August 27.
Chance of rain in some districts
States in Sabarkantha, Aravalli, Anand, Panchmahal, Dahod, Mahisagar, Vadodara, Chhota Udepur, Narmada, Bharuch, Surat, Dang, Navsari, Tapi, Surendranagar, Devbhoomi Dwarka, Valsad, Jamnagar, Banaskantha, Patan, Mehsana, Porbandar, Morbi Chance of Rain. Extremely heavy rainfall is forecast in Kheda, Anand and Devbhoomi Dwarka. The relief commissioner has instructed all the departments to remain alert and make necessary advance preparations from August 18 to August 22.
The system made the NDRF teams stand by
NDRF teams have been on stand-by following the forecast of heavy to very heavy rains from August 18 to August 22 next week. These teams will also be sent to North Gujarat if necessary. The NDRF team will be retained in Saurashtra-Kutch and South Gujarat. Necessary instructions have been given to all the departments to be vigilant in case of heavy rains and to make advance preparations in this regard.
The highest rainfall in Umarpada of Surat
The relief commissioner said, "115 talukas have received rainfall ranging from 1 mm to 62 mm from 6 am to 2 pm today. Umarpada taluka of Surat district has received maximum rainfall of 62 mm. 694.63 mm so far in the state. Rainfall is reported. That's 83.59 percent of the state's average of 831 mm over the last 30 years. "
According to the Department of Agriculture, an estimated 80.64 lakh hectares of kharif crops have been planted till August this year. During the same period last year, 75.51 lakh hectares were planted. This year, 94.99 per cent of the area has been planted against the average area under the last three years. The Sardar Sarovar reservoir has a storage capacity of 1,81,997 mcft of water, according to the Irrigation Department. Which is 54.48 per cent of the total storage capacity. The total storage in 205 reservoirs of the state is 64.37 per cent. At present, a total of 98 reservoirs in the state are on high alert. A total of 9 reservoirs are on alert. While 14 reservoirs are on warning.
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