The IMD’s regional centre in Bhubaneswar today predicted that there will be no change as there will be a rise in the maximum temperature and humid conditions in the next three days.
As per IMD, the advancement is likely over some parts of Southwest Arabian Sea, some more parts of Southeast Arabian Sea, Maldives and Comorin area, South and Eastcentral Bay of Bengal and some parts of Northeast Bay of Bengal during next 48 hours.
Past data suggest that there is no association of the date of monsoon advance over the Andaman Sea either with the date of monsoon onset over Kerala or with the seasonal monsoon rainfall over the country, the IMD pointed out.
The remnant of Cyclonic storm Asani has weakened into a Depression after the storm made landfall between Machilipatnam and Narsapur of Andhra coast last night, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Thursday.
According to the IMD, the city will see mainly clear sky on Wednesday with the maximum temperature hovering around 40 degree Celsius.
The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) designated IMD as one of the five Regional Specialised Meteorological Centres (RSMCs) for Tropical Cyclones set up across the globe. Each of these are given the task of issuing advisories for the geographical areas assigned by the WMO.
Thereafter, the system is very likely to recurve north-northeastwards and move towards northwest Bay of Bengal off North Andhra Pradesh and Odisha coasts. It is likely to weaken gradually into a cyclonic storm during next 24 hours.
As per IMD’s Regional Centre in Bhubaneswar, the low pressure is likely to intensify into a depression today. There will be a gradual rise in the wind speed from today onwards and it is likely that the system will further intensify into a cyclonic storm by May 8 (tomorrow), the Regional MeT said.
The Bhubaneswar Meteorological Centre on Friday confirmed that the low pressure area formed over the South Andaman sea on Friday morning may intensify into a depression on May 7 and subsequently turn into a cyclonic storm by the evening of May 8.
A low pressure area has been formed over the South Andaman sea on Friday morning which may intensify into a cyclone, informed the Meteorological Centre in Bhubaneswar.
The dip in the temperature was a result of rains - although trace for many parts and light rain for some - in the Delhi NCR from Wednesday evening through the night. The met department has predicted partly cloudy sky with maximum temperature expected at 39 degrees Celsius.
As per IMD, there will be no large change in the maximum temperature (day temperature) over districts of Odisha during the next 4 to 5 days.
As per IMD, a cyclonic circulation is likely to form over south Andaman sea and neighbourhood around May 4. under its influence, a low pressure area is likely to form over the same region around May 6.
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IMD senior scientist, RK Jenamani said it is difficult to predict whether the system will intensify further or not. ‘Probable' cyclone's path and its landfall is unclear even though different models hint at the cyclone, he said.
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Under its influence, a low pressure area is likely to form over the same region during the next 24 hours.
The temperature is unlikely to change significantly over the next 2 days and will remain 2-3 degree Celsius above normal in the interior districts, the bulletin read.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that the severe heatwave conditions will prevail in Odisha for the next three to four days. An ‘Orange warning’ has also been issued for the heatwave conditions.
Issuing ‘Yellow Warning’ to the above mentioned districts, the IMD bulletin also states that maximum temperature is likely to be above normal by 3 to 5 degree Celsius at many places over districts of interior Odisha and likely to be above normal by 2 to 3 degree Celsius at a few places of coastal Odisha during next four to five days.
The maximum temperature will be above normal by three to five degrees at many places over the districts of Odisha during next four to five days, said IMD
As per IMD, people in Odisha will get relief from the scorching heat conditions in view of the rain and thunderstorm activities.
The manual surface observatories have been set up at all the district headquarters. The observatories will help keep a continuous watch of weather parameters and events including cloud coverage.
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The regional centre of India Meteorological Department (IMD) in Bhubaneswar informed that mercury surged above 40 degree Celsius mark at 16 places in the State today.
On April 22, the mercury will shoot up over 42 deg C in the 12 districts of the State
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Monday predicted that there will be no major change in the maximum temperature in the State in the next three to four days.
It was not immediately clear who was behind the hacking.
As per IMD, thunderstorm with lightning is very likely to occur at one or two places over the districts of Malkangiri, Koraput, Rayagada, Kandhamal, Kalahandi, Gajapati, Mayurbhanj, Keonjhar, Sundargarh in next 24 hours.
As per the latest reports of the India Meteorological Department (IMD), heat wave condition is likely to prevail at some places over the districts of Mayurbhanj, Bargarh, Sonepur, Boudh and Bolangir on Thursday.
As heat wave continues to sweep across Odisha, particularly the western part of the State, four towns recorded maximum temperature of 40 degree Celsius or more on Monday.
The maximum temperature will be above normal by 3 to 4 degree Celsius at many places over the districts of interior Odisha and by around 2 degrees at a few places over the districts of coastal Odisha, the IMD said in its bulletin.
Senior scientist of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) RK Jenamani has shared latest updates on probable cyclone ‘Asani’ and its impact on east coastal belt and Andaman Nicobar islands.
However, heat wave conditions are very likely to continue to prevail in isolated pockets over west Rajasthan on Sunday, Vidarbha on Sunday and Monday and west Madhya Pradesh till March 22.
There will be no large change in maximum temperature (Day Temperature) during next 4-5 days over the districts of Odisha.
IMD Director General (DG) Mrutyunjay Mohapatra today said that that no assessment regarding the formation of cyclone has been made yet.
In 2016, the annual mean air temperature for the country was 0.710 degree Celsius above normal. It was 0.550 degree Celsius and 0.541 degree Celsius above the average temperature in 2009 and 2017, respectively.
Other than improvement in the weather forecast accuracy, there has been enhancement in climate services, weather forecasting services, Numerical Weather Prediction modelling and meteorological observations.
The CAPE data of the model shows high lifting of air parcels in Bhubaneswar atmosphere on Jan 13 and 14, which indicate hail/thunderstorm likely on Jan 13, 14 and 15.