Light to moderate rain or thundershower is also likely to occur at a few places over the districts of Koraput, Malkangiri, Nabarangpur, Mayurbhanj and Keonjhar.
The cyclonic circulation over Coastal Andhra Pradesh & neighbourhood now lies over Telangana & neighbourhood between 1.5 & 5.8 km above mean sea level tilting westwards with height.
Odisha has witnessed a cumulative deficit of 6% rainfall during this monsoon season so far, the Regional Meteorological Centre of the IMD informed on Sunday.
The trough at mean sea level from East Uttar Pradesh to northwest Bay of Bengal now runs from north-west Uttar Pradesh to northwest Bay of Bengal across East Uttar Pradesh, south Jharkhand and north Odisha
The Met Centre has issued Yellow warning for heavy in as many as 13 districts of the State on Saturday.
The trough at mean sea level from north Punjab to northeast Bay of Bengal across Haryana, West Uttar Pradesh, north Jharkhand and Gangetic West Bengal persists.
Marshaghai in Kendrapara recorded 225 mm of rainfall in the past 24 hours, informed Regional Metrological Centre in Bhubaneswar.
The Regional Meteorological Centre in Bhubaneswar had issued heavy rain warning for several parts of the State including the Twin Cities of Cuttack and Bhubaneswar.
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
As per IMD, a cyclonic circulation lies over south Bangladesh and the adjoining northeast Bay of Bengal between 5.8 and 7.6 km above mean sea level.
Odisha will be witnessing heavy rain for only 48- hours in the remaining 10-day period of June. Deficient rainfall in Bhadrak and Gajapati till date. A trough line will bring heavy rain from Kalahandi to Mayurbanj on June 23-24. However, a significant amount of rainfall will be only from July 4
Fishermen are advised not to venture into the deep sea areas of North Bay of Bengal and adjoining central Bay of Bengal during next 24 hours.
Due to steep pressure gradient and strong monsoon flow, Squally weather with surface wind speed reaching 40-50 kmph gusting to 60 kmph very likely over North Bay of Bengal and adjoining central Bay of Bengal during next 24 hours.
Light to moderate rain or thundershower is very likely to occur at many places over the districts of north Odisha and at a few places over the districts of south Odisha.
Due to steep pressure gradient and strong monsoon flow, squally weather with surface wind speed reaching 40-50 kmph gusting to 60 kmph is very likely over North Bay of Bengal and the adjoining central Bay of Bengal till June 18
Odisha has received around 25% surplus rainfall till June 17, the Regional Meteorological Department of the IMD informed on Wednesday.
Several parts of Odisha are set to witness heavy to very heavy rainfall activities for the next three days from today under the influence of a low pressure area formed over the south Jharkhand and neighbourhood.
Low Pressure Area over North coastal Odisha and adjoining Gangetic West Bengal and Jharkhand now lies over south Jharkhand & neighbourhood
Despite no monsoon rains in Chhattisgarh to date, the Hirakud reservoir level is currently 5 ft over the Rule Curve level of 595 ft till July 1. The rising water level in Brahmani basin needs monitoring when more rains predicted in Jharkhand during next 48 hrs
Odisha Water Resources Department has ruled out chance of any flood in Mahanadi river basin now even as the State continues to witness rainfall activity under the influence of a low pressure over the Bay of Bengal.
Heavy to very heavy rainfall very likely to occur at isolated places over the districts of Sundargarh, Jharsuguda, Bargarh, Sambalpur, Deogarh, Angul, Keonjhar and Mayurbhanj in next 24 hours.
A large part of Odisha including the state capital Bhubaneswar on Saturday experienced heavy rain due to low pressure and advancement of the south-west monsoon in the state, official sources said.
While Odisha recorded the highest ever rainfall this May in State's weather history, the maximum temperature in May 2021 has been the lowest since 1969. June is also predicted to remain cooler for Odisha
Monsoon is yet to cover as many as 9 districts in Odisha. IMD June Outlook predicts a fresh low pressure between Jun 17-20 in the North Bay of Bengal. The State will see normal to above normal rainfall till June 23
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.