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Gujarat News

With an overcast sky and dust storm bringing down temperatures in northern Gujarat, citizens were hopeful for some respite from the heat. Meteorologists clarified that the phenomenon is a “highly local effect” and is not connected to the weather conditions in north India. The ravages of summer heat continued unabated in other parts of the state with maximum temperatures in 11 of the 23 places monitored by the Met department staying above 40°C on Monday. Senior meteorologist of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) Gujarat, Manorama Mohanty, said, “Current weather change in northern parts of Gujarat is very localized and has nothing to do with duststorm and rains in Rajasthan and Delhi.