Amdavadis experiencing the winter chill can expect some relief from the low temperature as the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted a rise in night time minimum temperature from Uttarayan. The city has been experiencing severe cold wave conditions along with other districts like Gandhinagar, Banaskantha, Patan and Kutch, which has resulted in the minimum temperature in the city falling by more than six degree celsius in a single day to a low of 9.1 degree Celsius.
Thereafter, the IMD had also issued a cold wave warning for Monday and Tuesday with the minimum temperature continuing to remain low, while the city recorded a minimum temperature of 10.1 degree Celsius on Wednesday.
Gandhinagar recorded a minimum temperature of 9 degree celsius, while Naliya remained the coldest place in the state with 5.4 degree Celsius.
As per the IMD, Ahmedabad and other districts of the state have to bear cold temperature for Thursday as well and the minimum temperature is gradually expected to rise from Friday when it is expected to rise by two to four degree Celsius.