The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday forecast squally climate with robust floor winds over North Bay of Bengal and adjacent spaces within the central Bay of Bengal area and has warned fishermen to not mission into deep waters. The Met division stated mild to average rainfall with remoted heavy to very heavy rainfall is most likely in different portions of Odisha over the following 48 hours underneath the affect of a low-pressure space which has shaped over the Northwest Bay of Bengal.
The IMD in a unique bulletin stated: Under the affect of low strain, squally climate with robust floor winds attaining 40 to 50 kmph is more likely to succeed over North Bay of Bengal and adjacent central Bay of Bengal until July 25 and over alongside Odisha coast all over July 23 and 25. Though the rainfall process will help in agriculture, most commonly Kharif vegetation, a number of portions of the State will revel in brief water logging prerequisites because of the heavy downpour, stated IMD.
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