The depression that lay centred over the east-central Bay of Bengal has intensified into a deep depression.As per latest information shared by India Meteorological Department (IMD), the deep depression will further intensify into a cyclonic storm over central Bay of Bengal, and cross Bangladesh coast between Tinkona Island and Sandwip around 25th October early morning.
Besides, the condition in the State is favourable for the onset of winter, the weather office predicted.
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).
Odisha will witness a gradual decrease in the intensity of low pressure-induced rainfall from today. But, from September 18, it will witness more rains as a fresh cyclonic circulation may brew over north Bay of Bengal.
The regional centre of IMD in Bhubaneswar has predicted more rains for the State from September 18 as a fresh cyclonic circulation may develop over north Bay of Bengal.
The low pressure-induced rainfall is likely to gradually decrease in Odisha from today (September 13), predicted the IMD.
A fresh cyclonic circulation is likely to brew over Bay of Bengal around September 18, the Regional Meteorological Centre of the IMD said on Monday
A low pressure area is likely to form over North Bay of Bengal during next 24 hours under the influence of a cyclonic circulation which now lies over west Myanmar and its neighbourhood.The system is likely to become more marked during the subsequent 24 hours and move west-northwestwards thereafter.
As per the predictions of the Regional centre of the India Meteorological Department in Bhubaneswar, the low pressure area over coastal Odisha and its neighbourhood, now lies over Northwest Bay of Bengal off North Odisha-West Bengal coasts.
The minimum and maximum temperatures on Wednesday are likely to settle at 20 degrees Celsius and 37 degrees Celsius respectively. The city is expected to witness a partly cloudy sky, according to the IMD.
The manual surface observatories have been set up at all the district headquarters. The observatories will help keep a continuous watch of weather parameters and events including cloud coverage.
IMD Director General Mrutyunjay Mohapatra said the definition of the LPA has to be updated after every decade, as per the international practice.
As per the IMD, the system has no impact on Odisha. "Dry weather prevailed over the districts of Odisha and dense fog occurred at one or two places over Jagatsinghpur district. The maximum temperature observed considerable rise at one or two places over south coastal Odisha. The temperature recorded over north interior Odisha and south coastal Odisha were normal and above normal," the IMD informed.
Several places in Mayurbhanj district received rainfall today morning. Similipal National Park in the district has been closed today for visitors following heavy downpours.
Other than improvement in the weather forecast accuracy, there has been enhancement in climate services, weather forecasting services, Numerical Weather Prediction modelling and meteorological observations.