The withdrawal of southwest monsoon from the entire country is complete and simultaneously, the northeast monsoon rains commenced over extreme south peninsular India on Monday, announced the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
Isolated to scattered light/moderate rainfall is likely over remaining parts of south Peninsular India including Andaman & Nicobar Islands during the next seven days, the IMD said.
The southwest monsoon is likely to withdraw on October 26, the same day when the northeast monsoon is likely to commence over southeast peninsular India, India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
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.
As per the midday bulletin issued by the IMD's Regional Met Centre in Bhubaneswar, the cyclonic circulation over the North Andaman Sea & neighbourhood persists and now extends upto 4.5 km above mean sea level.
As per IMD, several parts of Odisha will experience moderate rain and thunderstorm activities till October 15, 2021.
A low-pressure area is very likely to form over the Andaman sea during the next 48 hours, informed the India Meteorological Department (IMD) Bhubaneswar Centre here on Saturday.
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.
Cyclonic storm ’Gulab’ is approaching the coast faster and is expected to hit the coast much earlier than anticipated.
The landfall process of Cyclone Gulab is likely to commence from the evening today (September 26). Latest weather report suggests that the cyclonic storm, which is expected to hit the coast between Kalingapatnam and Gopalpur during midnight, moved westwards with a speed of 18 km per hour during the last 3 hours.
IMD on Sunday said that the cyclonic storm lay centered about 310km east-southeast of Gopalpur and 380 km east of Kalingapatnam in neighbouring Andhra Pradesh.
The Regional Meteorological Centre, Bhubaneswar on Saturday said that a cyclonic circulation is likely to emerge over northeast and adjoining east central Bay of Bengal around September 27, 2021.
As per India Meteorological Department (IMD) the cyclonic storm is likely to cross the two states –South of Odisha and neighbouring Andhra Pradesh with wind speed of 70 to 80 kmph and gusting up to 90kmph on Sunday evening (September 26).
Though Odisha is still grappling with the havoc wreaked by incessant downpour just days back, more rain is expected during the coming weekend. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued warning for over expected rainfall towards the end of this week.
As per latest weather reports, the cyclonic circulation over Northwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining areas of North Odisha-West Bengal and Bangladesh coasts is tilting south westwards.
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Odisha is very likely to experience another rainy spell this week. Under the influence of an expected cyclonic circulation over Bay of Bengal, rainfall is likely to return this weekend.
After a lull, Odisha will once again experience heavy rainfall over the next few days owing to possible formation of a low pressure.
A cyclonic circulation formed over Northwest Bay of Bengal off West Bengal coast on Friday (August 27). Under the influence of this cyclonic circulation a Low Pressure area formed over Northwest adjoining West Central Bay of Bengal off North Andhra Pradesh- South Odisha coasts on Saturday (August 28).
Odisha has been hit by the deficit rainfall in the last 2 months, particularly in the month of August. At leaset 24 districts have been affected by this, informed the IMD on Thursday
Rainfall during August and September, the second half of the four-month rainfall season, is likely to be on the higher side of normal, said IMD Director General Mrutunjay Mohapatra.
The IMD has predicted heavy rainfall in one or two places in the districts of Sundargarh, Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj and Balasore in the next 24 hours.
11 Odisha districts are likely to experience heavy rainfall in the next 24 hours under the influence of a low pressure, predicted IMD.
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.