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.
On Thursday, a low-pressure area was formed over Northwest Bay of Bengal and its neighbourhood under influence of a cyclonic circulation.
Under the influence of a cyclonic circulation, a low pressure area has formed today over the North West Bay of Bengal & neighbourhood.
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.
After a lull, there is a likelihood of formation of another low pressure next week. As per reports, a low-pressure area (LOPAR) is likely to form over west Central and adjoining Northwest Bay of Bengal off north Andhra Pradesh-south Odisha coasts around 11th July.
The regional centre of India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted thunderstorms and lighting activity over several districts of Odisha for the next few days.
The cyclonic circulation over south Bangladesh and adjoining northeast Bay of Bengal persist and now seen between 2.1 km and 7.6 km above mean sea level tilting south-westwards with height
In the last two days, rainfall activity was seen in very few places due to weakened monsoon. However, for the next few days the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a yellow warning for several districts of the state for lightning and thunderstorms.
A low pressure area is persisting over southeast Uttar Pradesh and neighbourhood, north Jharkhand and Gangetic West Bengal extending up to 1.5 km above mean sea level. As per the India Meteorological Department (IMD), under this influence, several districts of Odisha may witness heavy rainfall.
A cyclonic circulation over Gangetic West Bengal and its neighbouring areas will cause heavy rainfall in several districts of Odisha. Currently, the Southwest monsoon is active over Odisha.
As squally weather with wind speed reaching 40-50 kmph gusting to 60 kmph is likely to prevail in Odisha coast and north Bay of Bengal and adjoining westcentral Bay of Bengal, the fishermen have been warned not to venture into the sea till June 14, 2021.
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
Odisha is likely to experience heavy to very heavy rainfall from June 10-June 14. According to the latest forecast of the regional Centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) in Bhubaneswar, a low pressure is likely to form over North Bay of Bengal & neighbourhood around June 11, 2021.
A low pressure area is likely to form over North Bay of Bengal and neighbourhood around June 11, 2021. Under its Influence, Southwest-Monsoon is likely to advance into most parts of Odisha.
Southwest monsoon set in over southern parts of Kerala on Thursday. India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday informed that the annual monsoon has made its onset in the southern parts of Kerala today (June 3).
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.
The Regional Meteorological Centre of the IMD has predicted light to moderate rainfall for various districts in the State today.
"This year, the onset of the southwest monsoon over Kerala is likely to be on 31st May with a model error of plus/minus 4 days."
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.
Several places across Odisha especially coastal parts are likely to experience thunderstorm activities including light to moderate rain accompanied by gusty surface winds on Tuesday.
Bhubaneswar: The Regional Centre of India Meteorological Department (IMD) in Bhubaneswar on Thursday issued thunderstorm with lightning alert for 12 districts of Odisha. The alert has been issued for the…