After cyclone Yaas landfall: Storm Yash has wreaked havoc on northern Odisha, dropping heavy to extremely severe rainfall. Mayurbhanj Kusumi received the most rain, at 306 millimetres. Bhadrak’s Chandbali received 26 mm, Kendrapara’s Rajnagar 265 mm, and Ersama’s Jagatsinghpur 261 mm.
The Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik directed relief to 126 villages affected by the storm Yaas for four days.
After the landfall of cyclone Yaas, flood warnings were issued in various districts of northern Odisha. A total of 126 communities were flooded as a result of the storm. As a result, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has ordered that all families in 124 villages provide relief for the next seven days.
After the cyclone Yaas landfall the chief minister Naveen Patnaik said traffic on all major roads would be normalized within the next 24 hours. The Chief Minister said that 40 per cent of the work would be normalized within 24 hours. In addition, seven villages in Bhadrak district and seven villages in Balasore district are now inundated due to flooding.
The Chief Minister also congratulated all panchayat representatives, district administration, police, and others for a successful storm response and people move to safe place area, as well as doctors and health workers who provided services in the affected districts.
Air services returned to normal from Bhubaneswar airport:
Air services have been canceled due to storm Yaas since Tuesday evening, but have resumed as yesterday of 7 pm. After cancelling all flights to Bhubaneswar on Tuesday evening. Authorities at Bhubaneswar’s Biju Patnaik International Airport have resumed operations as of 7 pm.
Flood situation in Budhabalang river after storm Yash:
Heavy rains lashed northern Odisha due to the effects of the storm Yaas. As a result, there is a risk of flooding after the storm. While the storm has hit Shimlipal, heavy rains have lashed the area. As a result, as the Budhabalang River’s water level rises, the flood situation is predicted to increase. If the floods hit, the districts of Mayurbhanj and Balasore will be the severely affected.
SRC Pradeep Kumar Jena said heavy rains had caused the cyclonic storm Yaas. Mayurbhanj district, in particular, has received heavy rainfall. Shimlipal has also seen heavy rains. As a result, the Budhabalang River is at risk of sudden flooding. This was informed by Pradeep Jena.