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Tarikh 16-17 August- Uttar Gujarat ane Saurashtra Kutchh Vistaro ma Bhare Varsad ni Aagahi Babat Press note

Tarikh 16-17 August- Uttar Gujarat ane Saurashtra Kutchh Vistaro ma Bhare Varsad ni Aagahi Babat Gujarat Mahiti Burro ni Official Press note.

Ta. Heavy rains forecast in North Gujarat and Saurashtra-Kutch areas on August 16-17. The rains starting this week are likely to fall till next week: NDRF teams on stand-by following meteorological forecast: Relief Commissioner Shri Harshad Patel on fishing till August 15 Prohibition A total of 69 reservoirs on high alert, 11 reservoir alerts and 8 reservoir warming in the state. Relief Commissioner and Additional Secretary Shri Harshad R. Weather Watch in place of Patel's chairman The group's webinar was held at Gandhinagar today.

The meteorological department has said that the rains that started this week are likely to fall next week as well. In addition, the next date. Heavy rains are also forecast in Saurashtra-Kutch areas including North Gujarat on August 16 and 17. A meeting of the Weather Watch was started by Ms. T. J. Vyas, Deputy Collector, State Emergency Operations Center, to welcome all the online officers. Relief Commissioner Shri Harshad Patel told the officials present in the virtual meeting that from 6.00 am to 2.00 pm today 94 talukas received rainfall ranging from 1 mm to 89 mm. The highest rainfall of 89 mm has been recorded in Kalyanpur taluka. The state has received 481.39 mm of rainfall till 11/08/2020. Which is 57.92% compared to the state average of 831 mm for the last thirty years. "Low pressure is building in the northern part of the Bay of Bengal in two days," an IMD official said.

In addition, a cyclonic circulation is on the Pakistan-Kutch-Rajasthan area and in the coming week, besides South Gujarat, there may be light to very heavy rains in Central and North Gujarat as well as Saurashtra and Kutch. Rain starting this week | It is also likely to be extended next week. Heavy rains are likely in North Gujarat, Saurashtra and Kutch areas around August 16 and 17. According to the Department of Agriculture, an estimated 78.02 lakh hectares of kharif crops have been planted till 110/08/2020 this year.

71.34 lakh hectares were planted during the same period last year. This year, 91.90% of the area has been planted against the average area under the last three years. According to the Irrigation Department, Sardar Sarovar reservoir has an existing surface of 119.47 meters and a storage capacity of 1,71,006 mcft of water. Which is 51.19% of the total storage capacity. As well as 7,520 cusecs of water. The total storage in 205 reservoirs of the state is 55.75%. At present, the state has a total of 69 reservoirs on high alert, 11 reservoirs on alert and 1 reservoir on warning.

Fishermen are banned from plowing the seas from today till August 15, the fisheries department said. Mr. Patel said that next week, Ta. NDRF teams have been on stand-by following heavy rain forecast from August 15 to August 17. These teams will also be sent to North Gujarat if required. Saurashtra - Kutch and South Gujarat NDRF team will be retained. Following the forecast of heavy rains, all the departments have been instructed to be vigilant and prepare in advance.

Tarikh 16-17 August- Uttar Gujarat ane Saurashtra Kutchh Vistaro ma Bhare Varsad ni Aagahi Babat

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