A Low-pressure area is likely to form over the North Bay of Bengal and its adjoining area by June 11.
The method developed by the scientists’ aims to identify initial traces of pre-cyclonic eddy vortices in the atmospheric column and track its Spatio-temporal evolution.
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
Under the influence of the low pressure, strong surface winds reaching a speed of 40 to 50 kmph gusting to 60 kmph is likely to prevail over west central Bay of Bengal and adjoining North Bay of Bengal on June 10 and off Odisha coast
The low-pressure area will develop into a depression on June 12 with the central pressure of the system estimated at around 988 millibars. Another low pressure likely to form near the Odisha coast between June 27-July4
Ahead of the monsoon onset, several parts of Odisha will experience rain and thunderstorm activities in the next couple of days. IMD has also issued heavy rainfall alert for several parts of the State.
Under its impact, Puri, Jagatsinghpur, Bhubaneswar and Cuttack are going to record heavy downpour in the range of 8-12 mm/hour at midnight hours on June 12. The wind speed in the early morning hours on June 13 likely to be 37-55 kmph
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.
The Southwest Monsoon winds may make onset in Odisha by June 10 to 12, the Director General of India Meteorological Department, Mrutyunjay Mohapatra informed OTV through a telephonic message.
The Southwest Monsoon has made an onset over southern parts of Kerala. The normal onset date for Southwest Monsoon over Kerala is June 1, said IMD Director General Mrutunjay Mohapatra.
Condition are favourable for onset of southwest monsoon over Kerala today, June 3, 2021," said the IMD.
As per model forecast by reputed weather agencies like IMD, US-GFS and ECMWF, a monsoon low will be going to form on June 13-14 in north Bay of Bengal. In association with the system, the State is predicted to receive good rainfall till June 15
Government property to the tune of Rs 520 crore and private property worth Rs 90 crore had been damaged in Cyclone Yaas
Conditions are ripe for the southwest monsoon to make an onset over Kerala on June 3 after missing its normal onset date, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Wednesday.
While IMD puts a higher probability of above normal rainfall for the period of June - September, APEC Climate Centre predicts above normal rainfall during June to August in the State. District-wise data shows deficient rainfall in western Odisha
The southwest monsoon is likely to be normal in north and south India, above-normal in central India and below-normal in east and northeast India, the MeT department said on Tuesday.
The South-west monsoon is most likely to touch Kerala coast in next two days before entering Odisha.
The arrival of monsoon over Kerala is likely to delayed by two days and it is now expected to make an onset over the state by June 3, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Sunday.
Thunderstorm with lightning is very likely to occur at one or two places over several districts of Odisha from 1.30 pm of May 29 to 8.30 am of June 3.
The water-level in the upper stream of Subarnarekha at Jamshola Ghat in West Bengal-Odisha border touched the danger-level at around 9 pm yesterday.
The situation at Similipal was brought under control by swift relief and restoration works taken up on war footing by the concerned district administration, NDRF personnel, forest and fire services departments.
Incessant rain under the impact of cyclone Yaas has triggered flood-like situation in Subarnarekha river which is flowing above the danger mark at Jamosala ghat in Balasore district.
The Additional Chief Secretary of Health Department PK Mohapatra has written to the districts collectors of Balasore, Bhadrak, Kendrapara, Jagatsinghpur, Mayurbhanj, Keonjhar, Sundargarh, Puri, Cuttack, Dhenkanal, Angul and Khordha on Thursday.
Modi will first land in Bhubaneswar tomorrow and hold a review meeting. He will then proceed for an aerial survey in the affected areas of Balasore and Bhadrak.
According to a CEEW study, after 2005, the yearly average of the number of districts in India affected by cyclones tripled and the cyclone frequency doubled. In the last decade alone, 258 districts were affected.