As per the state emergency control room, parts of Saurashtra region also received heavy showers.
South Gujarat region, particularly Valsad and Navsari districts, have been bearing the brunt of downpour since early morning, leading to water logging on roads and overflowing of rivers which has affected normal life.
Rains have been lashing south and central Gujarat since yesterday.
Around 900 people have been shifted to safer places in various areas of state, especially central Gujarat, since yesterday.
As per the data released by the state government, Waghai taluka in Dang district received the highest 103 mm rainfall between 8 AM and 2 PM.
Waghai was followed by Kodinar (100 mm), Surat city (97 mm), Dolvan taluka in Tapi district (94 mm), Choryasi taluka in Surat (85 mm), Talaja taluka in Bhavnagar (81 mm), Tilakwada taluka in Narmada (75 mm) and Vansada taluka in Navsari (71 mm).
Due to incessant rain, 197 roads, including a national highway and three state highways in central and south Gujarat, have been closed for traffic, a government release stated.
"Due to downpour, one national highway and two state highways passing from Dang district have been shut for traffic while one state highway was shut in Navsari this morning," it said.
The Meteorological department has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in south and central Gujarat in the next 24 hours and "extremely heavy rainfall" in Valsad, Surat and Navsari.
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