Ambalal Patel Monsoon Prediction: Ambalal Patel’s forecast will call after a long break

Ambalal Patel Monsoon forecast: Get the latest monsoon forecast by Ambalal Patel. After a gap of 21 days, Gujarat is set to witness heavy rainfall reminiscent of July. Learn about forecasted weather patterns and regions to expect rain.

Ambalal Patel’s meteorological foresight continues to be a ray of hope for the parched land of Gujarat as the prospect of refreshing rains looms large. After a dry spell lasting 21 days, the state is once again set to be drenched in rain, reminiscent of the monsoon that hit the region in July. Patel’s predictions have proven to be consistently accurate, making him a reliable predictor of weather patterns. This article studies their latest forecast and provides insights into the expected distribution of rainfall across Gujarat.

Ambalal Patel’s forecast and meteorological insights|

Ambalal Patel’s latest forecast indicates revival of monsoon season in Gujarat. Clouds have returned to the sky and the hope of rain in the next six days has rekindled. The Meteorological Department attributed the change to a low-pressure system known as Western Disturbance, which is expected to bring significant rainfall to the region. Notably, heavy rains are predicted in North and South Gujarat, which will bring relief to arid landscapes.

Precipitation locations and estimates

The forecast shows a promising outlook for various districts. In Central Gujarat, heavy rain is likely in Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad, Anand, Panchmahal, Dahod and Mahisagar. Thunderstorm is forecast in Surendranagar, Bhavnagar and Botad. Southern regions like Dang, Narmada, Chotaudepur, Navsari, Valsad, Daman and Dadra and Nagar-Haveli are likely to receive heavy rain on August 20. Meteorologists have predicted heavy to very heavy rains in some parts of the state till August 21.

Future Rainfall Probabilities : Insights and Analysis

Abhimanyu Chauhan, a veteran meteorologist at the Meteorological Department, reinforces the promising forecast. According to Chauhan, the state can expect a continuous spell of rainy weather for the next seven days. Both the low-pressure system and the Western Disturbance are working to create a favorable environment for rain. The forecast extends to various regions including Ahmedabad, Kheda, Aravalli, Panchmahal, Anand, Mahisagar, Amreli, Bhavnagar, Girsomanath, Diu, Surat, Valsad, Navsari, Tapi, Dang, Bharuch and more.

Expected rainfall intensity

With the onset of monsoon revival, Gujarat is bracing for heavy rains across the state. Torrential rain is expected in North and South Gujarat in the coming days. Heavy rains are predicted in Sabarkantha, Banaskantha, Aravalli, Patan, Mehsana and Ahmedabad in North Gujarat. Similarly, southern areas including Surat, Valsad, Navsari, Tapi, Dang, Chhota Udpur, Bharuch and some districts of Saurashtra are set to reap their share of monsoon bounty.


As Ambalal Patel’s accurate predictions continue to guide Gujarat’s monsoon narrative, residents of the state can look forward to a much-needed rainy period. As clouds gather above, hopes are high for a revitalized landscape and replenished water sources. The predictions are a reminder of the delicate balance between nature’s rhythms and our own aspirations for a greener, more vibrant Gujarat.

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