Temperatures will not rise in the state due to moonsoon

Temperatures will not rise in the state.


Good news for the people of the state. No more heat. Pre-monsoon rains are expected. Currently, the heat wave continues in southwestern Odisha.

But with the onset of the monsoon season, the monsoon is expected to continue. Therefore, it is unlikely that the state will experience a heat wave for the next three to four days.

Most parts of the state will continue to receive torrential rains. According to the Regional Meteorological Department, the temperature will be 41 degrees Celsius in some parts of inland Odisha.

The state will continue to receive heavy rains till June 2.
The wind speed will also be 30 to 40 km / hours.
There will be thundershowers and thunderstorms in different parts of the state, including the coast.

There is also a possibility of heavy rain in some places. As the rains continue, it is expected to continue to decline as temperatures drop.

Most districts in the state are likely to receive thunderstorms for the next seven days.


Some districts will receive heavy rainfall with hail. The information was given by the Bhubaneswar Regional Meteorological Center. Orange warnings have been issued for potential districts.

The meteorological department said the effects of the cyclone on Madhya Pradesh and the effects of the trough line on Odisha had changed.

Kalahandi, Kandhamal, Nuapadha, Balangir, Sonpur, Boudh, Sambalpur, Anugol, Dhenkanal, Kendujhar, Mayurbhanj, Baleshwar, Bhadrak, Jajpur and Ganjam are expected to receive winds of 60 to 50 kmph on Friday.

Heavy rains are expected in Anugol, Dhenkanal, Jajpur, Bhadrak, Ganjam and Kandhamal during this period. That’s why orange warnings have been issued to all these districts.

On the 25th, there will be thundershowers and thunderstorms in Devgarh, Anugol, Dhenkanal, Kendujhar, Jajpur, Bhadrak, Mayurbhanj, Gajapati, Cuttack and Ganjam  with winds of 30 to 50 kmph.

There is a possibility of heavy thunderstorms and thunderstorms in eight districts on the 27th, while the weather is expected to continue in eight districts on the 28th. Temperatures will not rise in the state.

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