As anticipated on Sunday, Odisha’s capital city Bhubaneswar has recorded the wettest September as it witnessed a rainfall of 195mm during the period between September 12 (8:30AM) and September 13 (8:30AM). This reportedly is the highest downpour in a day in 63 years. Before this, it was in 9th September 1958, that Bhubaneswar had recorded a record rainfall of 163 mm in a single day. With 341mm rainfall in last 24 hours,
Puri also has recorded the highest rainfall in a day in 87 years. Astaranga area saw maximum 530mm rainfall, while Kakatpur witnessed 525mm rainfall, informed weather scientist Umashankar Das. Paradip has witnessed rainfall of 219mm during the period.
Meanwhile, the MeT department informed that the depression over north-west Bay of Bengal and adjoining Odisha coast intensified into deep depression and crossed Odisha coast near Chandbali.
Under its impact, heavy to very heavy rainfall is predicted in several districts of Odisha, particularly in north interior parts.
A red warning has been issued in five districts of Odisha for the next 24 hours. Heavy to very heavy rainfall (12-20 cm) at a few places with extremely heavy (>20cm) falls is very likely at one or two places over the districts of Sambalpur, Deogarh, Angul, Sonepur, and Bargarh.
An orange warning for heavy rainfall has been issued in the districts of Bolangir, Jharsuguda, Sundargarh, Boudh, Keonjhar, Dhenkanal, Khordha, Jagatsinghpur, Puri and Cuttack. The meteorological department has sounded a yellow warning for the districts of Nuapada, Kalahandi, Kandhamal, Nayagarh, Kendrapada, Balasore, Bhadrak, Jajpur and Mayurbhanj.
As per latest forecast, the deep depression is likely to move in west-northwestwards direction across north Odisha, north Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh during the next 48hours and gradually weaken into a depression.
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