Thundershowers Likely In Several Odisha Districts From Nov 15-17


With height, the upper air cyclonic circulation over the southern Andaman Sea, which reaches middle tropospheric levels, tilts southwestward. Over the course of the next day, a low-pressure area is probably going to form over the southeast Bay of Bengal due to its influence. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) stated in its midday bulletin on Monday that it is expected to move west-northwestwards and intensify into a depression over the west-central Bay of Bengal around November 16.

Over the previous day, the districts of Odisha experienced dry weather. There was no significant variation in the minimum temperatures during the night across all of Odisha’s districts. They were normal in other parts of the state, below normal in a few locations, noticeably above normal in a few places, above normal in a few places in the interior of Odisha, and above normal in many places over the districts of the coastal region.

The highest maximum temperature of 33.6°C was recorded at Paradip and the lowest minimum temperature of 13.6°C was recorded at Nabarangpur in the plains of Odisha.

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