Light to moderate rain or thundershower is very likely to occur at most places of the State for three days.
A low pressure formed over south Bangladesh and adjoining north Bay of Bengal and West Bengal has turned into a 'well-marked low-pressure system' on Wednesday morning, informed Regional Meteorological Centre in Bhubaneswar.
Due to the low pressure area over Northwest Bay of Bengal and neighborhood, many parts of the State have been receiving light to moderate rainfall since the last two days.
The latest forecast of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) suggests that a cyclonic circulation currently lies over south Bangladesh and neighborhood at 1.5 km above mean sea level. The weather department stated that a low pressure area is likely to form over northwest Bay of Bengal and neighborhood around 23rd July.
With the southwest monsoon covering the entire country on Tuesday (July 13), heavy rainfall was witnessed in several places across all states.
A weak monsoon condition is prevailing over most parts of Odisha. In the month of June, the state witnessed an average cumulative rainfall of 181.3mm.
In the next two days, most parts of the state barring a few places will experience dry weather. However, the rainfall activity is likely to increase in the state with the progress of the week.
Odisha is likely to witness heavy rainfall in the next 4-5 days. The regional centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a Yellow Warning for several districts of Odisha.
The Met Centre has issued Yellow warning for heavy in as many as 13 districts of the State on Saturday.
Several parts of Odisha are set to witness heavy to very heavy rainfall activities for the next three days from today under the influence of a low pressure area formed over the south Jharkhand and neighbourhood.
The Southwest Monsoon has arrived in Odisha, informed regional centre of the India Meteorological Centre on Thursday (June 10).
Thunderstorm with lightning and gusty surface wind speed reaching 40-50 kmph very likely to occur at one or two places over these districts in the next 24 hours
It has been hardly two weeks since Cyclone Yaas ravaged parts of Odisha, the India Meteorological Centre (IMD) has predicted formation of another low-pressure area over North Bay of Bengal (BoB) around June 11. This may cause the Southwest Monsoon to advance into most parts of Odisha.
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.
Thunderstorm with lightning is very likely to occur at one or two places over several districts of Odisha from 1.30 pm of May 29 to 8.30 am of June 3.
As many as 17 National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and 20 Odisha Disaster Rapid Action Force (ODRAF) teams have been put on standby to deal with any eventuality arising out of Cyclone Yaas, informed Special Relief Commissioner (SRC) Pradeep Jena on Friday.
The Regional Meteorological Centre in Bhubaneswar has issued ‘Yellow Warning’ for several districts of Odisha for the next five days.
Ahead of the impending cyclone Yaas which is likely to hit Odisha coast later next week, administration in the coastal Odisha districts of Jajpur and Kendrapara held preparatory meetings to deal with the situation, on Friday.
As many as 7 towns recorded temperatures above 40 degree Celsius in Odisha on Monday. Boudh registered the highest temperature of 41 degree Celsius during the day.
After brief spells of rain at some places over the past week, Odisha is likely to experience dry weather in the coming days. A senior official of the Regional Meteorological department in Bhubaneswar informed that maximum temperature is witnessing a rising tendency and during the next five days, most of the places will experience a dry weather.
The Meteorological Centre of the IMD here today has issued Orange Warning with forecast for moderate to severe thunderstorms in the Twin Cities. This apart, the forecast has also issued storm and rainfall alert for some other districts of the State.
Norwester that lashed several districts of Odisha in the last couple of days has reportedly damaged crops at several places in Balasore and Sambalpur districts.
Tension escalated at the spot after some children got trapped in the tents, sources said adding that of the injured, two have been admitted to hospital.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Sunday issued Yellow Warning in view of possibilities of thunderstorm and lightning activities in 19 districts of Odisha in next 24 hours.