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.
After a dry spell, Odisha is predicted to record widespread intermittent rainfall from Aug 16 - 18. Light rainfall forecast during 8-9 am in 11 districts on 75th Independence Day
It seems the cyclonic circulation over northwest Bay will remain less marked and unlikely to develop to a low-pressure centre by Jul 23
Odisha will be witnessing heavy rain for only 48- hours in the remaining 10-day period of June. Deficient rainfall in Bhadrak and Gajapati till date. A trough line will bring heavy rain from Kalahandi to Mayurbanj on June 23-24. However, a significant amount of rainfall will be only from July 4
Odisha Water Resources Department has ruled out chance of any flood in Mahanadi river basin now even as the State continues to witness rainfall activity under the influence of a low pressure over the Bay of Bengal.
Under its impact, Puri, Jagatsinghpur, Bhubaneswar and Cuttack are going to record heavy downpour in the range of 8-12 mm/hour at midnight hours on June 12. The wind speed in the early morning hours on June 13 likely to be 37-55 kmph
Bhubaneswar: The India Meteorological Department on Wednesday issued a heavy to very heavy rainfall alert for the next two days for various districts of Odisha as a well-marked low-pressure area is set to intensify into a depression by tomorrow. As per the regional met centre of the IMD in Bhubaneswar, the well-marked low pressure presently […]
Berhampur: Extremely heavy rainfall triggered by a deep depression on Bay of Bengal has wreaked havoc in various districts of south Odisha. Hours of downpour caused a landslip and also washed away a bridge cutting off communication to several villages in Ganjam district of the State today. As per information, incessant rainfall which has been […]
Bhubaneswar: Even as a clear picture is yet to emerge regarding Cyclone Amphan, latest track suggests that it may move along the east coast of India and brush the Andhra and Odisha coasts. Mahesh Palwat, vice president of private forecaster Skymet Weather today said, “Cyclone Amphan will move along east coast of India, brushing Odisha […]
Bhubaneswar: The Regional Meteorological Centre here today predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall for several parts of Odisha till Friday due to the formation of a fresh low pressure area over the Bay of Bengal. The low pressure area, formed over east-central Bay of Bengal and adjoining areas, is likely to become more marked and […]