Apart from the heavy rainfall forecast, the IMD has also sounded ‘Yellow Warning’ for thunderstorm with lightning for the districts of Puri, Khordha, Nayagarh, Ganjam, Gajapati, Kalahandi, Kandhamal, Nawarangpur, Rayagada, Koraput, Malkangiri, Boudh, Cuttack and Jagatsinghpur.
The southern part of Odisha is likely to receive heavy rainfall on October 16 and 17 as a fresh low pressure area has formed over the Bay of Bengal, forecast the Regional Meteorological Centre in Bhubaneswar.
The India Meteorological Department IMD) has issued a forecast suggesting that the low pressure is likely to form over North Andaman Sea around October 10.
As per 3 lead Met model forecasts, 2 LPS to form in Bay of Bengal between Oct 6-12. While one is predicted to see cyclone genesis in Arabian Sea, the other may aim at Andhra Pradesh or Odisha
A well-marked low pressure now lies over western parts of Gangetic West Bengal and neighbourhood, informed the Indian Meteorological Department. The low pressure area formed over northwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining coastal area of west Bengal on September 28th morning.
The system presently lies over the western parts of Gangetic West Bengal and neighbourhood and the associated cyclonic circulation extends up to mid-tropospheric levels, the weather bureau informed in its latest bulletin.
After Cyclone Gulab, a fresh cyclonic circulation is currently brewing in the Bay of Bengal, informed the regional centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
A cyclone is heading towards Odisha Coast! The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a cyclone alert over North Andhra Pradesh and adjoining South Odisha coasts.
West Bengal Government resumed the construction of unauthorised boundary wall at the disputed area of Udayapur beach in Balasore which was stopped by the Bhogarai Tehsildar on Tuesday.
The cyclonic circulation now lies over east-central and adjoining northeast Bay of Bengal extending upto 5.8 km above mean sea level. It is very likely to move west north-westwards and reach Northwest Bay of Bengal off north Odisha-WestBengal coasts during the next 12 hours, informed the Met Centre in a tweet.
The Bhubaneswar regional centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) informed that the low pressure area over the Bay of Bengal (BoB) is most likely to form into a depression in the next 48 hours.
The Bhubaneswar regional centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD), in its latest forecast informed that a cyclonic circulation currently lies over East Central Bay of Bengal (BoB) & neighbourhood.
On Thursday, a low-pressure area was formed over Northwest Bay of Bengal and its neighbourhood under influence of a cyclonic circulation.
Monsoon is yet to cover as many as 9 districts in Odisha. IMD June Outlook predicts a fresh low pressure between Jun 17-20 in the North Bay of Bengal. The State will see normal to above normal rainfall till June 23
Odisha is likely to experience heavy to very heavy rainfall from June 10-June 14. According to the latest forecast of the regional Centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) in Bhubaneswar, a low pressure is likely to form over North Bay of Bengal & neighbourhood around June 11, 2021.
The Southwest Monsoon winds may make onset in Odisha by June 10 to 12, the Director General of India Meteorological Department, Mrutyunjay Mohapatra informed OTV through a telephonic message.
Very severe cyclonic storm Cyclone ‘Yaas’ started processing for landfall at around 9 am, which will continue till next three hours for completion.
The cyclonic storm over east-central Bay of Bengal intensified into a severe cyclonic storm late on Monday night. It will intensify further and transform into very severe category storm in next 12 hours.
The deep depression over East-central Bay of Bengal, which had remained practically stationary during past 6 hours, today intensified into cyclonic storm. It is situated about 600 km north-northwest of Port Blair (Andaman Islands), 540 km south-southeast of Paradip (Odisha), 650 km south-southeast of Balasore (Odisha) and 630 km south-southeast of Digha (West Bengal), as per the latest bulletin issued by the IMD.
The deep depression over east-central Bay of Bengal has intensified into a cyclonic storm and is likely to hit the Odisha-West Bengal coast on May 26 noon.
Odisha will see cyclone Yaas rain from the night of May 25. On landfall day, Balasore will record gusting wind at 100kmph. Bhubaneswar may record 60kmph gusting wind.
As per Regional Specialised Metrological Centre, New Delhi, there is convergence among all models that cyclone ‘Yaas’ will take north west course. This is where Odisha comes into picture.
In the wake of a low pressure area brewing over the Bay of Bengal that can intensify into a cyclone, the Special Relief Commissioner (SRC) of Odisha on Wednesday reviewed the preparedness with Collectors of coastal districts.
While Indian models predict the date of landfall as May 26, ECMWF, US-GSF, CMC and put the date as May 27-28. The wind speed will be 150kmph gusting to 195kmph.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Odisha and West Bengal on Friday to review the impact of cyclone Yaas on the two coastal States. Modi will