Bhubaneswar: The low pressure area in the southeastern Bay of Bengal turned into rain by 8.30 am on Saturday, according to the Center for Environment and Climate, which is run by the Center for Education and Research, deemed University, 1060 km south of Paradip. The storm will change on the evening of the 17th. Given the current wind situation, it is expected to reach the coast of Bengal. Landing is expected on the 20th. As a result, Odisha will receive 18 to 20 rains and winds. On the 19th, coastal Odisha will receive winds of up to 60 kmph and winds of up to 150 kmph at sea. By the 20th, the wind speed is expected to increase to 110 km per hour. Dr. Sahu said it would face the east coast and the south coast of Odisha till May 1, while the coast of Odisha would be closer and the effect would be felt between Puri and Balasore on the night of May 19.
So the true outline of this potential storm will be known on Sunday morning, Dr Sahu said. If the storm approaches the coast of Odisha, the wind speed will be 140 km per hour on the night of May 19 and 20, but if it touches the coast of Odisha, the wind speed can be 160 to 180 per hour, the CEC said. This is a terrible form of capitalism. “It simply came to our notice then. As a result, Malkangiri, Koraput, Rayagada, Ganjam, Puri and Jagatsinghpur are likely to receive heavy rains on May 19 and 20, while Puri, Jagatsinghpur, Kendrapara, Bhadrak, Baleshwar, Jajpur and Mayurbhanj are likely to receive heavy to very heavy rains on May 19 and 20.
There is a possibility of heavy rains from in Nayagarh, Khordha, Cuttack, Dhenkanal, Kendujhar and Anugul during this period, said Dr Sahu.