The advisory issued for the period from 8.30 am September 26 to 8.30 am September 27 has highlighted warnings, possible impacts apart from suggesting actions in view of the storm.
In view of cyclonic storm 'Gulab' which is forecast to make landfall somewhere on north Andhra Pradesh - south Odisha coasts between Kalingapatnam & Gopalpur, the East Coast Railway (ECoR) has canceled several trains apart from diverting and rescheduling some others.
The country's premier weather forecasting agency has issued an Orange Message in its latest cyclone warning for north Andhra Pradesh and adjoining south Odisha coasts.
The present deep depression over Bay of Bengal is likely to intensify into a Cyclonic Storm. It is likely to move nearly westwards and cross north Andhra Pradesh - south Odisha coasts between Vishakhapatnam and Gopalpur around Kalingapatnam by evening of September 26, 2021.
In just an hour time, the deep depression will become Cyclone Gulab. Moving towards the high pressure zone of Srikakulam, first rain in Odisha will start tonight from Berhampur to Puri, Bhubaneswar and Cuttack etc
The Regional Meteorological Centre, Bhubaneswar on Saturday said that a cyclonic circulation is likely to emerge over northeast and adjoining east central Bay of Bengal around September 27, 2021.
The Chief of India Meteorological Department (IMD), Mrutyunjay Mohapatra on Saturday (Sept 25) stated that the depression over Bay of Bengal has intensified into a deep depression which might intensify into a cyclone by today evening.
As per India Meteorological Department (IMD) the cyclonic storm is likely to cross the two states –South of Odisha and neighbouring Andhra Pradesh with wind speed of 70 to 80 kmph and gusting up to 90kmph on Sunday evening (September 26).
A cyclone is heading towards Odisha Coast! The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a cyclone alert over North Andhra Pradesh and adjoining South Odisha coasts.
The cyclonic storm is likely to cross the two states –South of Odisha and neighbouring Andhra Pradesh with wind speed of 70 to 80 kmph and gusting up to 90kmph on Sunday evening (September 26).
The deep depression over Northwest and adjoining west-central of Bay of Bengal has intensified into Cyclonic Storm ‘Gulab’, reported IMD on
The IMD said that heavy rainfall is very likely to occur at isolated places over the districts of Bhadrak, Kendrapada, Cuttack, Jagatsinghpur, Puri, Khordha, Nayagarh and Ganjam between 8 am of September 25 and 8 am of September 26.
Heavy rainfall is very likely to occur at isolated places over the districts of Bhadrak, Kendrapada, Cuttack, Jagatsinghpur, Puri, Khordha, Nayagarh and Ganjam from September 25 to 26.
IMD DG Mrutyunjay Mohapatra on Thursday predicted increase in rainfall activities in several parts of Odisha from September 26, 2021.
Yesterday’s cyclonic circulation near Myanmar coast has intensified and it will concentrate in low pressure area. It will move towards the Odisha coast. The cyclonic circulation and low pressure will trigger heavy rains in several parts of Odisha from September 26.
As per the India Meteorological Department, a cyclonic circulation currently lies over Myanmar coast and adjoining Gulf of Martaban. It is likely to move North-Westwards and emerge into Northeast and adjoining East -Central Bay of Bengal.
The Met Centre has also issued yellow warning for heavy rainfall in Nuapada, Nabarangpur, Kalahandi and Bolangir on Thursday.
Under the influence of the cyclonic circulation over Gangetic West Bengal, a low pressure area has formed over southern parts of Gangetic West Bengal and neighbourhood, informed the Bhubaneswar Centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
According to the Regional Meteorological Centre, Bhubaneswar several parts of Odisha are experiencing light to moderate rainfall for the past couple of days. Several parts of the State also received heavy rainfall in the past 24 hours.
As per IMD, a Cyclonic circulation is likely to form over east-central and adjoining north-east Bay of Bengal around September 25. The system is likely to move west –north-westwards and reach the Odisha coast during the subsequent 48 hours, tweeted the Regional Meteorological Centre on Monday.
As per latest weather reports, the cyclonic circulation over Northwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining areas of North Odisha-West Bengal and Bangladesh coasts is tilting south westwards.
Though rains are predicted tonight in districts of Puri, Khordha, including Bhubaneswar, Jagatsingpur, Kendrapada, Sundargarh, Balangir etc. But on Sept 30, Cuttack rainfall predicted at around 20mm/hr and in Bhubaneswar around 7mm/hr
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The well-marked low pressure area over north-west Madhya Pradesh and adjoining south-west Uttar Pradesh with the associated cyclonic circulation is likely to weaken gradually during the next 24 hours.