The low pressure area over coastal areas of North Andhra Pradesh, South Odisha and adjoining West Central Bay of Bengal (BoB) now lies over North Coastal Andhra Pradesh and adjoining West Central Bay of Bengal.
The cyclonic circulation that was persisting over East Central Bay of Bengal and neighbourhood has turned into a low pressure area. The weather update was shared by the Bhubaneswar Centre of the India Meteorological Department through a tweet.
The Bhubaneswar Centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) in its latest forecast stated that the cyclonic circulation over East Central Bay of Bengal and neighbourhood is persisting.
There is likelihood of a low pressure area forming over Eastcentral Bay of Bengal & adjoining north Andaman Sea in the next 48 hours. According to the Bhubaneswar Centre of the India Meteorological department, the low pressure area is likely to form as the cyclonic circulation over north Andaman Sea & neighbourhood persists.
Due to incessant rain throughout Monday, excessive water logging was observed outside the airport leading to taxis, private vehicles and passengers to remain stranded at the terminals.
The Bhubaneswar Centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast thunderstorm with lightning over 19 districts of Odisha in the next 24 hours.
The system presently lies over the western parts of Gangetic West Bengal and neighbourhood and the associated cyclonic circulation extends up to mid-tropospheric levels, the weather bureau informed in its latest bulletin.
Odisha Weather: IMD Issues 'Yellow Warning' Over 13 Districts Due To Cyclonic Circulation
Heavy rainfall might occur over North Odisha districts between September 19 and 20, owing to a possible low pressure forming in the Bay of Bengal (BoB). This information was given by the Director General (DG) of India Meteorological Department (IMD), Mrutyunjay Mohapatra on Thursday (Sept 16).
Odisha is very likely to experience another rainy spell this week. Under the influence of an expected cyclonic circulation over Bay of Bengal, rainfall is likely to return this weekend.
After the Bhubaneswar Centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued Red and Orange Warnings over several districts of Odisha, almost all parts of the state experienced heavy rainfall on September 13.
The regional centre of India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a 'Yellow Warning' to 14 districts of Odisha for the next 24 hours.
The regional centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a Yellow Warning over several districts of Odisha. Heavy rainfall is likely to lash many parts of the state in the next 24 hours.
The regional centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD), in its latest forecast informed that the low pressure area over North Odisha and adjoining South Jharkhand and Gangetic West Bengal has become less marked.
Rainfall during August and September, the second half of the four-month rainfall season, is likely to be on the higher side of normal, said IMD Director General Mrutunjay Mohapatra.
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.
The monsoon is causing havoc in Mumbai. Dozens of people have been killed in the last 24 hours in wall collapse and landslides, triggered by overnight incessant rains in the city.
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.
Several districts of Odisha are set to receive heavy rainfall and thundershowers in the next few days. As per the regional centre of India Meteorological Department (IMD), the rainfall forecast is due to a low pressure area formed over east Uttar Pradesh and adjoining Bihar along with persisting associated cyclonic circulation extending up to mid-tropospheric levels.
Sunday afternoon, the Regional Centre of India Meteorological Department (IMD) informed that the south-west monsoon has covered the entire state of Odisha. The Met department informed that with the further advancement of South-west monsoon, the entire Odisha is experiencing onset of monsoon.
A few days after two Cyclones - Tauktae and Yaas - battered the west and east coastal states of the country, another low pressure has formed in the Bay of Bengal leading to apprehensions about formation of another cyclonic storm.
With the predictions of a low pressure & advancement of Southwest Monsoon during the next 2-3 days, Odisha is likely to receive extremely heavy rainfall between June 10th and 14th.
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.
The Cyclonic Storm 'Tauktae' is intensifying into a Severe Cyclonic Storm and is very likely to further intensify into a Very Severe Cyclonic Storm Saturday night. It is very likely to move north-northwestwards and cross Gujarat coast between Porbandar and Naliya in the afternoon or evening of May 18. Under its influence, heavy to very heavy falls will be witnessed at a few places and extremely heavy falls at isolated places over Kerala and over Coastal and adjoining Ghat districts of Karnataka on May 15 and heavy to very heavy falls at isolated places over the same area tomorrow. Heavy to very heavy falls also likely at a few places over south Konkan & Goa and heavy to very heavy falls at isolated places over north Konkan on the 15th.
Bhubaneswar: Light to moderate rain accompanied with thunderstorm lashed some parts of southern Odisha on Tuesday bringing respite from scorching heat in the region. “Light to moderate rain accompanied with…