Temperatures Rising : Thunderstorms Fear in Odisha next 5 days
Temperatures reaching 44 degrees by 18th May
Bhubaneswar: Thunderstorms Fear in Odisha next 5 days . Temperatures in the state are rising. Will go further. Due to the possibility of torrential rains in different parts of the state in the next five days, there will be no such major change in temperature. But then the heat will increase. In some places the temperature will cross 40 degrees while in some places the temperature will touch 44 degrees. Summer winds are expected to increase in the state due to changes in wind direction. On the other hand, the temperature in five cities across the state today crossed 40 degrees Celsius, while in Talcher and Titilagarh the temperature crossed 42 degrees Celsius. Today, Talcher has become the hottest city in the state with a maximum of 42.1 degrees.
“It will continue for another five days,” said meteorologist Surendranath Pashupalak. Then the heat will increase a lot. Temperatures are expected to drop slightly or remain unchanged in coastal areas, including Bhubaneswar, on Sunday. On Monday, the temperature in Bhubaneswar will exceed 40 degrees Celsius and will drop gradually. In northern and western Odisha, the temperature will rise slightly tomorrow and remain unchanged until the 15th. The direction of the wind will change from the 16th. Instead of the Bay of Bengal now blowing into the state, the west will be hotter. So the temperature will rise as the twilight decreases. It is expected that by the 18th, the temperature in Bhubaneswar will have crossed 40 degrees Celsius and then gradually risen again. The maximum temperature in the coastal region will be about 5 degrees Celsius due to the high humidity. In some parts of the northwest, the temperature will rise to 42 degrees Celsius on the 18th. The maximum temperature is expected to be 6 degrees Celsius in Malkanagar, Kalahandi, Balangir, Gajapati, Boudh and Talcher. There is a possibility of thunderstorms in different parts of the state from tomorrow to the 15th. Inland Odisha is likely to receive thunderstorms every day, while coastal Odisha, including Bhubaneswar, is likely to receive thundershowers on the 10th, 11th and 14th.
Mr Pashupalak said a tornado had formed in the southeastern Bay of Bengal near Sumatra. Temperatures are expected to rise this week in the southwestern and central West Bay. The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. “It simply came to our notice then.
According to the Regional Meteorological Center, winds are expected in eight districts of the state tomorrow. Winds of 45 to 55 km per hour are expected, with thunderstorms expected in parts of Baileshwar, Bhadrak, Kendrapara, Jajpur, Jagatsinghpur, Mayurbhanj, Kendujhar, Anugul and Dhenkanal. Mayurbhanj, Balasore, Bhadrak, Malkangiri, Koraput, Rayagada and Kendujhar will also receive heavy rains with thunderstorms and thunderstorms. The meteorological center has issued an orange warning for this.