The Meteorological Department in the state has predicted more record heat this year. AMC’s health department has become alert following the heatwave forecast. The staff of all the health centers in Ahmedabad have been given necessary medicines, equipment including ORS.
The Meteorological Department has predicted a heat wave in the state. For 2 days, scorching heat will be seen in some parts of the state. A heat wave is predicted in some parts of the state in 48 hours. In which there will be heat wave in Porbandar, Bhuj and Amreli districts and unseasonal rain has also been predicted from March 13 to 15.
Corporation’s system on alert amid double season
Thus, the state will experience double season for a few days. After scorching heat, the Meteorological Department has predicted unseasonal rain on March 13, 14 and 15, AMC’s system has become alert amid this situation.
The Meteorological Department in the state has predicted more record heat this year. AMC’s health department has become alert following the heatwave forecast. The staff of all the health centers in Ahmedabad have been given necessary medicines, equipment including ORS. Apart from this, it has been instructed to keep sufficient quantity of icepads. Isolation wards will also be set up in AMC-run hospitals for quick treatment of heat stroke victims.
Unseasonal rain after extreme heat
The citizens of the state will have to be prepared to bear the brunt of the double season as the Meteorological Department has predicted a major weather forecast for the state where the mercury may rise above 5 degrees in some cities. Meteorological department has predicted. Banaskantha, Patan, Mehsana, Dang, Valsad, Navsari, Tapi, Dahod, Amreli, Bhavnagar and Kutch may experience unseasonal rain. While there will be cloudy weather in Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar.
Unseasonal rain forecast at many places in Gujarat
The Meteorological Department has predicted heat and unseasonal rain in Gujarat. Rain may occur on March 13 due to Western Disturbance. Rain may occur towards Surat, Navsari, Valsad in South Gujarat. Banaskantha-Sabarkantha-Amreli, Kutch may also experience rain. Along with this, the Meteorological Department has announced an advisory for the farmers. The farmer has been told what things to take care of in watering the field and other agriculture related matters. Currently mango, summer groundnut, sorghum and millet are in season. The attention of the agriculture department has been drawn in this matter.