The IMD on Monday predicted rain and thunderstorm activities in several parts of Odisha. As per the lastest forecast, light rain/thundershower is likely to occur in several parts of the state from November 1.
Cyclonic storm Sitrang may have spared West Bengal coast but it battered parts of neighbouring Bangladesh killing at least seven people.As per reports, seven people including three members of a family lost their lives following the collapse of a brick railing and uprooting of trees.
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Clearing air on the speculations surrounding formation of a cyclone, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday stated that there is every possibility that a cyclonic storm is likely to form over Bay of Bengal over next few days.
Under the influence of cyclonic circulation over coastal Andhra Pradesh and its neighbourhood, many places in coastal areas and a few districts in southern parts of Odisha are experiencing torrential rains. As per India Meteorological Department sources, rainfall activity is likely to continue in the State till October 9.
According to the IMD, conditions are likely to become favourable for the withdrawal of monsoon from the next week.
A fresh low pressure area is likely to form over Bay of Bengal around September 20, informed India Meteorological Department's (IMD) Regional Centre in Bhubaneswar on Friday (Sept 16).
A cowherd was killed after he was struck by lightning while he had gone to graze his cattle at Barudihi village under Tiring police limits.
India Meteorological Department (IMD) has sounded a red warning for Odisha for heavy rain under the influence of low pressure area and subsequent concentration into depression by tomorrow (Aug 19). According to IMD DG Mrutyunjay Mohapatra, heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely to occur at several places of Odisha on August 19 and 20.
Days of heavy rainfall under the influence of back-to-back low pressure areas and the consequent flooding due to rise in river water levels, has left lakhs of people stranded in parts of Odisha.
Several villages in Boudh district have been marooned due to floodwater surge. If reports are anything to go by, as many as 55 villages in the Harbhanga tehsil were cutoff following flashflood in the region. Watch this video.
A governemnt school under the 5T initiative had to be closed in Remuna Block of Balasore district after it was flooded following heavy rainfall.
"A fresh low pressure area is likely to form over North Bay of Bengal around 13 August 2022. It is likely to become more marked during subsequent 24 hours and move west-northwestwards thereafter," a bulletin issued by the local MeT office read.
According to sources, the situation in the village was so serious that the medical team could not reach the people and they had to pack and hurl the medicine packets towards the villagers.
The districts included Malkangiri, Koraput, Rayagada, Gajapati, Ganjam, Mayurbhanj, Balasore, Jajpur, Bhadrak and Kendrapara.
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Locals attributed the flood like situation in Motu area to the reverse flow of water from Polavaram project.
The backwaters of Godavari River is triggering flood in Motu Block of Malkangiri, Odisha. Godavari’s tributaries Sabari and Sileru rivers are also now in spate. People of as many as 6 panchayats of Malkangiri have been affected by flooding. With NH 326 now submerged, road communication from Malkangiri to neighbouring AP, Telangana, Chhattisgarh has been cut-off
Flood situation in Motu area in Malkangiri continues to remain critical. Rising water level in Godavari River is triggering flood in Motu area
This 5T Smart school in Rayagada district is flooded with water. This was the situation at this school under Sadar Block of Rayagada following continuous rainfall. A week long rainfall has impacted the school in such a way, that the students and teachers have to wade through the inundated premises to get to their classrooms.
Just an hour-long rainfall has disrupted normalcy in people’s lives in Bhadrak on Tuesday. The poor drainage system has led to heavy water-clogging in different parts of the town, including the district headquarters hospital. These visuals from the hospital paint a clear picture of the terrible conditions that the patients and doctors faced on account of waterlogging.
Heavy rainfall pounds capital city of Odisha. Incessant showers flooded a school in Bomikhal area of Bhubaneswar on Tuesday. Watch how students faced difficulties after rain water entered premises of the school.
The flood situation in Assam continues to remain critical. Several parts of Assam including urban and rural parts of various districts are completely submerged in flood water.
The flood situation in Assam continues to worsen; normalcy has been completely disrupted in Silchar town. Local people were seen commuting on boats as lanes are inundated in flood water. As per State Disaster Management Authority (SDMA) the flood situation in Assam has affected nearly 43 lakh people hitting 33 districts.
Under the influence of westerly winds from Arabian Sea over the south peninsular India in lower tropospheric levels, widespread light/moderate rainfall with thunderstorm/ lightning is very likely over Kerala, Mahe, and Lakshadweep Islands.
Light to moderate rain or thundershower is very likely to occur at a few places over the districts of Kandhamal, Kalahandi, Malkangiri, Koraput, Rayagada, Ganjam, Gajapati and at one or two places over the rest of the districts of Odisha on January 16.
The MET department forecast light to moderate rain or thundershower likely to be witnessed at many places of north interior Odisha, Nuapada, Kandhamal, Kalahandi, Bolangir, Sonepur, Boudh and at few places over the rest of the districts during the 24 hours, starting 8.30 am on January 10.
Yellow warning for dense fog has been issued for Sundargarh, Jharsuguda, Bargarh, Sambalpur, Deogarh, Angul, Dhenkanal, Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj, Balasore, Jajpur, Bhadrak and Cuttack districts tomorrow.
The Bhubaneswar centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast mostly dry weather in Odisha for the next two days.
The Bhubaneswar Centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted rainfall followed by dipping temperature in the state in the next 24 hours.
The Regional Centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) in Bhubaneswar informed that the trough in easterlies from Southwest Bay of Bengal (BoB) off North Sri Lanka Coast to Central parts of North BoB, currently runs from Sri Lanka to West Central BoB off Andhra Pradesh coast.
The Regional centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) in Bhubaneswar forecast a dip in temperature across Odisha, combined with light rainfall over few parts of the state in the coming days.
Under its impact, light to moderate rain or thundershower is very likely to occur at a few places over the districts of north coastal Odisha and at isolated places over the rest of Odisha for 24 hours. However, there is no rainfall warning today.
All Rainfall activities will cool down in Odisha from early morning hours on Dec 6. Tuesday will see Sunshine.
In a little good news as termed by the Odisha Special Relief Commissioner, the cyclonic storm Jawad is likely to weaken gradually in the next 12 hours.
Amidst the threat of another cyclone hitting Odisha coast on Dec 4th, Bhubaneswar MeT Centre has said that the low pressure is active over the central area of Andaman Sea.
The Bhubaneswar centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) in its latest forecast informed that a low pressure area is likely to form over South Andaman Sea by Nov 30.
The Bhubaneswar centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) informed that though Odisha is likely to experience dry weather in the next five days, there are chances of rainfall thereafter.
As per the latest forecast by the Bhubaneswar Centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD), a low pressure area is likely to form over South Andaman Sea around 29th November, 2021.
Several parts of Odisha are likely witness colder days ahead due to fall in temperature, informed the Bhubaneswar centre of India Meteorological department.