As per IMD, the system is very likely to move north-westwards towards Tamil Nadu-Puducherry coasts during November 9 to November 11, 2022.
As per today’s forecast by IMD, a cyclonic circulation lies over south Andaman Sea and neighbourhood and extends upto 3.1 km above mean sea level.
As per the forecast, the system is likely to trigger rainfall in several parts of south Odisha on September 18 and other parts of the state on September 19.
As per IMD, a low pressure is likely to form over West-central Bay of Bengal during subsequent 48 hours under the influence of the cyclonic circulation.
As per IMD, the monsoon trough lies to the north of normal position and it would continue till September 5.
Even though people in several parts of Odisha woke up to clear skies on Monday after more than a week of torrential rain and wet weather, a fresh low pressure area is knocking on the doors of the state again.
The low pressure area has formed under the influence of the cyclonic circulation over northwest and adjoining westcentral Bay of Bengal off south Odisha north Andhra Pradesh Coasts.
Widespread light to moderate rainfall activity with isolated heavy (7 to 11 cm) to very heavy (11 to 20 cm) rainfall at one or two places is likely to occur during the next 4 to 5 days over some districts of Odisha.
A Low Pressure Area likely to form over north Odisha and neighbourhood around July 4, said India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) Regional Centre in Bhubaneswar on Friday.
As per IMD, heavy rainfall is likely at isolated places over Andaman & Nicobar Islands on May 5. Isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall is also likely on May 6, 2022.
Under its influence, a low pressure area is likely to form over the same region during the next 24 hours.
On April 7, as many as 12 districts in the State are predicted to record a maximum temperature of over 42 deg C
As per India Meteorological Department (IMD), the system is likely to move west-north-westwards and concentrate into a Depression over Southeast and adjoining East-central Bay of Bengal during subsequent 48 hours.
As per IMD, the Depression over southwest Bay of Bengal moved west-northwest-wards and lay centered over southwest and adjoining west-central Bay of Bengal about 130 km east-southeast of Chennai and 150 km east-northeast of Puducherry.
As per IMD, the system is likely to move west-northwest wards and concentrate into a Depression. It will centralize at the north Tamil Nadu coast on November 11, said IMD DG Mrutyunjay Mohapatra.