Pointing at no respite for the people in the State form blistering summer, the local MeT Centre at Bhubaneswar predicted rise in temperature across Odisha from April 19.
Weather will be dry over Odisha. Heat wave like conditions may prevail at one or two places over the state.
Heatwave continues to prevail in state with Balangiron friday recorded 43.3 degree celsius,the day's highest in the state.
There was no respite from severe heatwave conditions for the people of the State with eight Odisha towns recording above 40 degree Celsius Jharsuguda being the hottest at 42.8 degree Celsius for the second consecutive day. On Thursday, Jharsuguda recorded the State’s maximum temperature at 43 degree Celsius.
Sweltering heatwave conditions continued to prevail in several parts of the State today as Jharsuguda recorded the State's maximum temperature at 43 degree Celsius. The day temperature also whizzed past 42 degree Celsius in four other places in the State.
Rain and Thunder shower may occur at one or two places over Odisha. Bhubaneswar will have partly cloudy sky.
The State got a small respite from the blistering heat wave today, with only five cities registering mercury level above 40 degree Celsius. However the local meteorological centre sources claimed that, there is no chance of Norwester induced rain in next 24 hours.
Rain and thunder shower may occur at one or two places over Odisha. Bhubaneswar will have partly cloudy sky. Rain or thunder shower may occur.
Rain and Thunder shower may occur at few places over coastal parts of the state. Bhubaneswar will have partly cloudy sky.
Even as the local meteorological centre predicted nor’wester rains in next 24 hours in coastal and central pockets of Odisha, the day temperature whizzed past 40 degree Celsius in at least eleven towns on Sunday with Sundargarh being the hottest at 42.5 degree Celsius.