A nip in the Odisha air will be witnessed as the morning surface temperature in the western, central and southern Odisha will drop to 20 deg C on Oct 21 from around 24 deg C on Sunday (Oct 17)
In Odisha, the actual SPI of Jajpur and Bhadrak is estimated at (-)3.12 and (-)2.76, respectively. While it is over (-)2 in Keonjhar, a high of 11 other districts have a value of more than (-)1. In the rest of the 16 districts, the value is negative but below (-)1
Experts opined that high temperatures in many states due to delayed monsoon and easing of restrictions that were in place to curb coronavirus infections have led to a surge in power demand.
The total number of deficient rainfall districts stood at 24. The July prediction paints no rosy Monsoon dreams. A low pressure near Andhra Pradesh Coast will bring some rain for Odisha on July 14-15. Forecasts show no excess rainfall in State in July
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
Despite no monsoon rains in Chhattisgarh to date, the Hirakud reservoir level is currently 5 ft over the Rule Curve level of 595 ft till July 1. The rising water level in Brahmani basin needs monitoring when more rains predicted in Jharkhand during next 48 hrs
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
11 Odisha districts are likely to experience heavy rainfall in the next 24 hours under the influence of a low pressure, predicted IMD.
Heavy to very heavy rainfall is very likely to occur at a few places with extremely heavy falls at isolated places over the districts of Kendrapada, Jagatsinghpur, Cuttack, Angul, Dhenkanal, and Sambalpur.
Large parts of Mumbai, Thane, Palghar, Raigad witnessed heavy rain, inundating several low-lying areas, barely a fortnight after the city survived the Cyclone Tauktae devastation.
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
The Southwest Monsoon has made an onset over southern parts of Kerala. The normal onset date for Southwest Monsoon over Kerala is June 1, said IMD Director General Mrutunjay Mohapatra.
Condition are favourable for onset of southwest monsoon over Kerala today, June 3, 2021," said the IMD.
As per model forecast by reputed weather agencies like IMD, US-GFS and ECMWF, a monsoon low will be going to form on June 13-14 in north Bay of Bengal. In association with the system, the State is predicted to receive good rainfall till June 15
Monsoon has been delayed by a couple of days and is likely to arrive in Kerala by June 3 this year. According to the latest forecast, the southwesterly winds would gradually strengthen further from June 1 which could result in rainfall activity over Kerala. On the other hand, the Regional Centre of India Meteorological Department (IMD) in Bhubaneswar on Sunday, issued thunderstorm warning for as many as 15 districts of Odisha.