Vibhu Patel, Ahmedabad: From January 2023 till today, there has been frequent change in the climate and by seeing the change in season, it seems that the pattern is changing (Monsoon pattern Ambalal Patel). The Western Disturbance moves towards the Himalayas. Due to which there is unseasonal rain in the area of North India, but this year summer has started with rain. Even in the month of May, the weather is looking like monsoon, when a question arises that how will the monsoon be?
Meteorologist Ambalal Patel while talking to News 18 Gujarati has said that the maximum temperature has been lower than normal. In April, rainfall is more than heat. Heavy snowfall in the northern regions of the country and absence of heat in May affects the monsoon. But this year the situation has been like this. It is still raining like monsoon in May.
It will be hot in the middle of May and it is likely to be hot in the month of June. Due to this there will be possibility of rain. This rain is likely to be continuous. Generally, the rainfall from Ganga Yamuna plain i.e. from the Bay of Bengal takes place in the central part of the country and comes towards Gujarat. Instead this year it gets hot and it rains. Light air pressures are likely to vary. Due to which the current year’s monsoon pattern is predicted to be different.
The temperature of the sea, the temperature of the ritual parts of the country, the direction of the wind, the amount of humidity, the movement of the sea are all kinds of factors that are looked at. The parameters are fixed and after a deep study, the forecast is released as to how the monsoon will be. But a special situation is being seen in Gujarat this year.
Also another big storm is coming. According to him, there may be back to back storms in May and June. According to Ambalal, two to three cyclones may hit the Arabian Sea in May and June. Due to Cyclone in Arabian Sea Gujarat may receive rain.
Back-to-back storms are in the offing. From May 10 to 14, there will be huge waves in the Sea of Bengal. From May 18 to 20, the sea may become rough again. Two to three cyclones will hit the Arabian Sea in May, June.