Heavy rainfall continue to lash several part of Odisha under the influence of the low-pressure area over Northwest and adjoining West central Bay of Bengal which intensified into a deep depression on Monday morning. Heavy rain and thundershowers with one or two very intense spells of rain affected normal life in different parts of the State, including the Twin cities of Cuttack and Bhubaneswar since today morning. Puri received the maximum 341 mm rainfall followed by Paradip (210 mm), Bhubaneswar (195 mm), Gopalpur (64 mm), Chandabali (46 mm) and Balasore (24 mm) so far, informed the Met Centre. Here’s a glimpse of the rain battered Odisha:
Heavy rains lashed Cuttack leading to water-logging in low-lying areas.
Overflowing drain water entered into houses located in the low-lying areas in Cuttack.
A tree was uprooted on Nandankanan-KIIT Road in Bhubaneswar.
Waterlogging near Bhubaneswar Railway Station area.
Heavy rains lashed Pilgrim town Puri; Badadanda waterlogged
Over 100 years old building of the Madras Presidency era collapsed in Berhampur due to incessant rains.
Heavy rains inundated several areas in Jagatsinghpur.
Fishermen in Paradip advised not to venture into sea till September 14 due to rough sea conditions
Rainwater enters the Sanctum Sanctorum Of Akhandalamani Temple in Aradi, Bhadrak