Bhubaneswar: The South-West monsoon on Friday withdrew from the entire Odisha, according to a bulletin issued by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) regional centre here.
“The withdrawal line of South-West monsoon passes through Lat. 20’N/long. 93’E and Lat. 19’N/long. 901 Kalingapatnam, Sironcha, Washlm, Dahanu and Lat. 20’N/ Long. 60’E,” the bulletin stated.
The IMD bulletin said that a low pressure area is likely to form over south Bay of Bengal and neighborhood around October 8.
“It is likely to become more marked and move to towards Odisha and adjoining north Andhra Pradesh Coasts during the subsequent 72 hours,” the weatherman said.
Under its influence, Odisha is likely to experience enhance rainfall activity from October 10.
“The situation is under close watch. Next update will be issued on October 6,” the Met office added.