• otv

Tag: Temperature In Odisha

heatwave in odisha
Odisha Sears Under Intense Heat, Bhubaneswar Hottest At 43.2 Deg For 2nd Consecutive Day

Bhubaneswar: It was another day of sweltering heat for almost the entire Odisha as temperature breached the highest mark of 43.2 degree Celsius in Bhubaneswar, the State Capital city recording…

heatwave-In-Odisha
Odisha sizzles under intense heatwave, 13 places record temp above 40 degree Celsius

Bhubaneswar: Several places in Odisha sizzled under intense heatwave conditions as the temperature soared above 40 degree Celsius in at least 13 places in the state on Monday, the Regional Meteorological Centre said. Titlagarh records highest day-time temperature today in Odisha with 45.5 degree Celsius, followed by Talcher at 44.9 degree Celsius. The MeT department said […]

Seven Stations In Odisha Record Temperature Below 15 Degree Celsius
Temperatures To Dip In Odisha By This Weekend: Regional Met

Bhubaneswar: The Regional Meteorological Centre here has informed that mercury will plummet across Odisha in the next 3-4 days following predictions of intensification of cold wave in the State. The latest forecast reveals that minimum temperature (night temperature) is likely to fall gradually by 2-4 degree Celcius during the next 2-3 days. Speaking to OTV, […]

heat
Odisha reels under intense heat wave; water scarcity hits Sonepur

Bhubaneswar: Normal life across Odisha, particularly in western districts, has been adversely affected following an intense heat wave condition, which is prevailing for the last one week. As many as 15 places of the State recorded temperature over 40 degree Celsius on Saturday. Mercury rose to 45 degree Celsius in Titlagarh followed by Bolangir and […]

vlcsnap-2016-04-30-22h16m44s375
Norwester brings down temperature in Odisha

Bhubaneswar: The people of Odisha heaved a sigh of relief after temperature came down sharply both in the interior and coastal districts on Saturday following rain and thundershower in most places on Friday afternoon under the influence of Kalabaisakhi (Norwester).