IPL 2023 Final Match will be played between Gujarat Titans and Chennai Super Kings.
But due to heavy rain and hailstorm on 28th May 2023, caused mayhem in various areas of the city on Sunday night, resulting in traffic jams on major thoroughfares, and disruptions during the IPL championship game between Chennai Super Kings and Gujarat Titans.
The IPL championship game has been moved to Monday night.
According to official data, the city received an average of 72.6 mm of rain during the four-hour period between 6 and 10 p.m., with the Chandkheda area receiving the most rain, 98 mm, and the West Zone receiving just 89.25 mm.
The Chandkheda region in the West Zone recorded the most amount of rain—98 mm—in just four hours (between 6 and 10 pm), Ranip in the West Zone received 95 mm,Sarkhej 81.5 mm, Jodhpur 86.5 mm, , followed by Bopal and Maktampura (86.5 mm)—all in the South West Zone. While Bodakdev and Science City in the same zone also had considerable rain, receiving 90.50 mm and 84.5 mm respectively, Gota and Chandlodiya in the Northwest Zone received 92 mm and 86.5 mm respectively. 91.5 mm were reported at Usmanpura in the West Zone up till 10 p.m. With 89.25 mm of rain in four hours, the West Zone among the zones had the most. The Northwest Zone (88.38 mm) and South Zone (84.75 mm) came after this.
In addition to water, downed trees caused backups on some major thoroughfares. The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) control centre received about 75 complaints about trees being uprooted and falling by Sunday night. In the West Zone, 35 trees were uprooted, followed by 14 in the South Zone, 12 in the Northwest Zone, and 9 in the Central Zone. Heavy hail and showers were reported in places like Vastrapur, Manekbaug, Narol, Juhapura, Bopal, and Vejalpur. Streetlights in some areas of the city briefly ceased functioning.
The final match of TATA IPL has been reschedule to 29th May 2023 on Monday.