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Cyclone Jawad: Cyclone Jawad's Remnants Weaken To Depression

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Deep Depression (remnant of Cyclonic Storm ‘JAWAD’) weakened into a Depression over northwest Bay of Bengal near Odisha coast The Deep Depression (remnant of Cyclonic Storm ‘JAWAD’) over northwest and adjoining westcentral Bay of Bengal moved north-northeastwards with a speed of 18 kmph during past 06 hours, weakened into a Depression and lay centered at 1430 hrs IST of today, the 05 th December 2021, over northwest Bay of Bengal close to Odisha coast near Lat. 19.5°N and Long. 86.2°E, about 50 km southeast of Puri (Odisha), 100 km south-southwest of Paradip (Odisha), 130 km east-northeast of Gopalpur (Odisha), and 370 km north-northeast of Vishakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh). It is likely to continue to move north-northeastwards, along Odisha coast towards West Bengal coast and weaken into a well marked low pressure area during next 12 hours.

19:07 PM(2 months ago )

Cloudburst In Paradip: Port Town Sees Record Rainfall 

Posted by: Pradeep Singh

Under the impact of Cyclone Jawad, Port town Paradip on Sunday witnessed a record rainfall of 103 mm between 2.30 pm and 3.30 pm today. Various other places in Odisha also record heavy rain. Balasore has so far recorded 270 mm of rain while Paradip 200 mm and Ersama 188 mm.

19:01 PM(2 months ago )

Similipal National Park To Remain Shut On Dec 6

Posted by: Pradeep Singh

The Similipal National Park in Mayurbhanj district will remain closed for tourists on December 6. The concerned authorities have reportedly taken the decision in view of heavy rain in the region. Earlier, clousure was announced for two days (December 4-5) in view of Cyclone Jawad.

17:45 PM(2 months ago )

Cyclone Jawad Impact- Odisha Farmers Stare At Uncertainty Over Massive Crop Loss

Posted by: Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Though Cyclone Jawad is set to weaken into a Depression, incessant rainfall continues to lash several parts of the State disrupting normal lives. Above all, it is the farming community that is facing the brunt of the unseasonal rainfall.

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14:03 PM(2 months ago )

Rain Lashes Paradip

Posted by: Rashmi Ranjan

Deep Depression remnants of cyclonic storm Jawad now lay centered about 70 km away from Puri. It is likely to weaken further into a Depression in the next 3 hrs and reach West Bengal as a low-mark low pressure. Paradip has recorded 56mm rainfall in three hours, said IMD DG.

13:17 PM(2 months ago )

Weakened Cyclone Jawad Clouds Go Past Puri, Now Over Jagatsinghpur-Kendrapada

Posted by: Rashmi Ranjan

The weakened Cyclone Jawad's highly convective clouds have flown past the pilgrim town of Puri at around 11:00 hours on Sunday morning.

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12:20 PM(2 months ago )

Rainfall Activity To Continue In Odisha, Says IMD DG

Posted by: Rashmi Ranjan

There will be a rise in the rainfall activity in several parts of Odisha as the remnant of cyclone Jawad, from deep depression to depression, approaches Puri, said India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Sunday.

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11:26 AM(2 months ago )

Jawad Triggers Rain In Odisha

Posted by: Rashmi Ranjan

Odisha continues to experience rain under the influence of the cyclonic system. Khallikote in Ganjam records the highest 158 mm rainfall followed by Nayagarh (107.5 mm), Chatrapur (86.6 mm) and Bhubaneswar (42.3 mm), informs Regional MeT office.

10:19 AM(2 months ago )

Check IMD’s Wind Speed Forecast For Odisha, Andhra, West Bengal

Posted by: Rashmi Ranjan

Odisha has been spared from the wrath of cyclone Jawad after it weakened into a deep depression on Saturday. The deep depression remnant of the cyclone will weaken further into depression and reach Odisha coast near Puri around noon today.

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09:44 AM(2 months ago )

Rain Lashes Puri

Posted by: Rashmi Ranjan

Puri witnesses moderate rainfall as cyclonic storm Jawad is likely to reach around noon today.

 

 

09:36 AM(2 months ago )

Fishermen Spend Sleepless Night

Posted by: Rashmi Ranjan
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