Since last night, the cyclone Tauktae from Una has been raging in Gujarat, which will probably ease by tomorrow morning, after reaching Rajasthan via Ahmedabad and North Gujarat. Heavy rainfall weather, however, will occur in this period with winds of up to 100 kmph.
As the monster cyclone Tauktae triggered rainfall in the capital on Monday, Amdavadi was relieved by the rising temperatures. The city reported 35.2°C as the maximum temperature. According to the Met department, temperatures are forecast to drop another 3-5 degrees Celsius over the next 2-3 days before rising.
At 9 p.m., Ahmedabad received an average of 10.13 mm of precipitation in Dudheshwar, followed by a maximum of 16 mm in Jodhpur. According to the IMD, heavy rain is expected on Tuesdays in Saurashtra, Kutch, Ahmedabad, Anand, Bharuch, Valsez, and other areas.
In Ahmedabad, Bharuch, and Anand, as well as the affected districts of Saurashtra and Kutch, moderate to very heavy rainfall and strong winds are forecast.
The storm was winding down, according to the tax minister.
The storm that hit Gujarat last night is slowing down, according to State Revenue Secretary Pankaj Kumar, who spoke from the state control room. The hurricane’s intensity has increased from 160 miles per hour yesterday to 100 miles per hour today. Until noon, the storm will pass through Ahmedabad on its way to North Gujarat. As a result, the city is supposed to get a lot of rain. The storm is expected to leave Gujarat and travel to Rajasthan after midnight today or early tomorrow.
About the fact that there was a power cut in Bhavnagar, the generator did not cause any problems at the hospital.
A power outage at a hospital in Bhavnagar created a problem at the oxygen plant during a storm that hit Gujarat’s coast last night. While the corridors built to transport oxygen from Jamnagar to other states outside Gujarat were unaffected, the storm knocked out electricity in 16 other hospitals, but there was no problem because generators were available.
The landfall phase of extremely strong Cyclonic Tauktae has begun as the storm’s forward sector enters the Saurashtra coast to the east of Diu, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD) in Ahmedabad. According to the IMD, tropical storm Tauktae, which has strengthened into a strong cyclonic storm, is close to the Gujarat coast.