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Pradeep Pattanayak

Under the impact of Nor'wester, several districts witnessed intermittent spells of rains, providing the much-needed respite from the scorching heat. 

While the day temperature plummeted by three to four degree Celsius in most districts, the coastal districts had an overcast sky. However, the interior Odisha didn't see much change in the climate condition. 

in the last 24 hours, Keonjhar received maximum rainfall of 62.1 mm, followed by Korei (56.2 mm), Danagadi (56 mm), Bhubaneswar (36.2 mm), Cuttack (31.2 mm) and Bhadrak (34.2 mm). 

The regional centre of IMD in Bhubaneswar predicted that there would be no impact of Nor'wester for two days from tomorrow. 

"Most places of coastal Odisha are likely to witness light to moderate rainfall today. One or two places of interior Odisha may witness rainfall," said Bhubaneswar Met Centre scientist Uma Shankar Das. 

"The intensity of rain will decrease from tomorrow. But the Nor'wster is likely to become active once again on May 24 and consequently, there will be a slight drop in the temperature. But, overall, there would be no significant change in maximum temperature," Das added.

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