In the run-up to winter, the Weather Department has given a heads-up about rain in certain states. They’ve mentioned that between November 23rd and 27th, some places in Gujarat might experience unexpected rain. This surprise rainfall has gotten farmers a bit worried. Let’s dive into what this weather alert is all about.

As we gear up for the winter chill, the Weather Department is saying there might be some heavy rain in parts of Gujarat. They’ve specifically pointed out the chance of rain in select Gujarat areas starting from November 24th to 27th. This unexpected rain forecast during winter has got the farming community feeling a bit anxious. This prediction is due to a weather pattern known as cyclonic circulation, which might bring rain from the 24th to the 27th of November.


Here’s where the rain is expected to hit:

November 24th: In Surat, Navsari, Valsad, and Dang districts of Gujarat, there might be rain with thunderstorms.

November 25th and 26th: These days could see heavy rain in some Gujarat districts. On the 25th, there’s a chance of light rain in certain areas like Surendranagar, Rajkot, Botad, and others. Meanwhile, heavy rain could hit places like Anand, Vadodara, Surat, and Navsari. The 26th might see light rain in several districts like Junagadh, Rajkot, and others, while heavier rainfall is predicted in places like Vadodara, Surat, and Navsari.

Looking ahead:


November 27th: The Meteorological Department forecasts the possibility of rain in specific districts of Gujarat. This weather update, with the looming cold and rainfall, is causing some concern among farmers.

The forecast doesn’t just stop in Gujarat; there are predictions for other regions too:

Maharashtra, the coastal Konkan region, and Goa might see light to moderate rain between November 23rd and 27th due to strong easterly waves. Pune might also experience light to moderate rainfall with thunderstorms from the 24th to the 27th of November.

This weather pattern is a bit unexpected during this time of year, especially with the usual onset of winter. For farmers, this unexpected rain poses a bit of a challenge, as they need to navigate between the cold and the rainfall.