A number of areas of Surat metropolis which were inundated by floodwaters from creeks had been additional troubled by heavy downpour within the higher catchment areas, whereas average rainfall was recorded in southern Gujarat.
The water degree in Simada creek and Mithi creek passing via the town have been flowing above the hazard mark after heavy rainfall over the previous two days, inundating a number of low-lying areas of Saniya Hemad, Kumbhariya, Godadara, Parvat and Limbayat. Water entered a number of residences situated on the banks of the creeks.
As per the flood management division, the water degree measured in Simada creek was 4.90 metres (hazard degree 4.50 meters), Mithi creek 8.20 metres (hazard degree 7.50 metres), Kakra Creek 5.80 metres (hazard degree 6.60 metres), Bhedwad creek 5.70 metres (hazard degree 6.75 metres), Bhatena creek 5.50 metres (hazard degree 7.50 metres).
Surat Municipal Company sources mentioned that fifty individuals had been shifted to safer locations Tuesday morning and so they returned again house after the water degree receded within the night. In response to the flood management division, numerous talukas in Surat district acquired 131 mm of rainfall between 6 am and eight pm on Tuesday.