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Massive rainfall in Odisha, alert for Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh too

Odisha, north Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh are likely to get heavy rainfall during the next 48 hours, the IMD said.

Odisha  | Rainfall | Indian Meteorological Department

IANS  |  New Delhi 

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Massive was recorded in several parts of as the depression over northwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining coast moved west-north-westwards to turn into Deep Depression in the early hours on Monday. Odisha, north Chhattisgarh and are likely to get heavy during the next 48 hours, the IMD said.

In capital Puri, two places received in excess of 500 mm over the last 24 hours along with more than three dozen other places with rainfall over 100 mm, 200 and even 400 mm during the same time.

"The Depression over northwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining Odisha coast moved west-northwestwards during the past six hours with a speed of 12 kmph, intensified into a Deep Depression and lay centred at 8:30 am on Monday over north coastal Odisha coast, about 20 kms west-northwest of Chandbali and 120 kms east-southeast of Keojhargarh," the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said at 10 a.m.

"It is very likely to continue to move west-northwest wards across north Odisha, north Chhattisgarh and during next 48 hours, the IMD said, adding, it is very likely to weaken into a Depression during the next 24 hours.

The IMD has further warned of light to moderate rainfall at most places with heavy to very heavy rainfall at a few places & extremely heavy falls at isolated places very likely over Odisha and Chhattisgarh on Monday.

Light to moderate rainfall at many places with isolated heavy to very heavy falls very likely over north coastal Andhra Pradesh, Gangetic West Bengal, Jharkhand and Telangana on Monday and over till Tuesday.

Light to moderate rainfall at most places with heavy to very heavy falls at isolated places also very likely over south Gujarat, north Konkan, north interior Maharashtra (including Vidarbha) on Monday and Tuesday.

Squally wind speed reaching 50-60 kmph to gusting 70 kmph very likely over north & adjoining west-central Bay of Bengal and along & off Odisha, West Bengal and North Andhra Pradesh coasts during next 12 hours. The wind speed will decrease gradually becoming 40-50 kmph gusting to 60 kmph during the subsequent 12 hours, IMD said.

The fishermen are advised not to venture into north and adjoining west-central Bay of Bengal, and along & off Odisha, West Bengal & North Andhra Pradesh coasts during the next 12 hours, the weather department said.

Major rainfall in the last 24 hours ending at 8.30 a.m. on Monday from Puri, Jagatsinghpur, Cuttack, Khurda, Kendrapada, Sonepur, Boudh, Nayagarh, Kandhmal, Jajpur, Sambalpur and Jharsuguda districts:

Astaranga - 530.0 mm, Kakatpur - 525.0 mm, Balikuda - 440.0 mm, Kantapada - 381.0 mm, Niali - 370.0 mm, Puri - 342.5 mm, Gop - 331.0 mm, Satyabadi - 328.0 mm, Ragunathpur - 323.0 mm, Balipatna - 280.5 mm, Kendrapada - 276.0 mm, Marshaghai - 270.0 mm, Kujanga - 265.0 mm, Jagatsinghpur - 264.0 mm, Pipili - 263.0 mm, Tirtol - 245.0 mm, Brahmgiri - 240.0 mm, Paradeep - 220.8 mm, Chandikhol - 220.0 mm, Derabis - 206.0 mm, Tangi - 202.4 mm, Birmaharajpur - 200.0 mm, Bhubaneshwar - 199.0 mm, Boudhgarh - 184.0 mm, Krishnaprasad - 179.4 mm, Garadpur - 169.0 mm, Nayagarh - 154.7 mm, Ullunda - 153.4 mm, Harbhanga - 152.0 mm, Phulbani - 151.2 mm, Binjharpur - 149.4 mm, Bolagarah - 148.0 mm, Mahanga - 147.0 mm, Sonepur - 145.0 mm, Salipur - 140.0 mm, Banpur - 139.0 mm, Odagaon - 131.8 mm, Bari - 128.0 mm, Ranpur - 125.4 mm, Jajpur - 120.0 mm, Banki - 120.0 mm, Cuttack - 117.2 mm, Dashpalla - 1112.2 mm, Rairakhol - 109.0 mm and Lakhanpur - 96.2 mm.




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First Published: Mon, September 13 2021. 12:07 IST