Bhubaneswar: The deep depression has weakened into depression over western parts of Telangana but the system will have no more impact on Odisha, informed Sudhakar Mallick, the Duty Officer at the Regional Meteorological Centre here,
The weatherman informed that only five districts of south coastal Odisha will continue to receive rainfall under the influence of the system. Else, the weather will remain dry in rest parts of the state. The sky condition will remain clear in the next five days, he added.
Fishermen can now venture into sea and there is no cautionary warning signal for the ports in the state, the weatherman added.
In the last 24 hours, Ganjam district received highest 48.6 mm rainfall. Gajapati received 45.2 mm rainfall, Bhubaneswar 44 mm and Cuttack 35.4 mm during the period.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) today informed that the depression over Telangana moved further west-northwestwards with a speed of 25 kmph during past six hours and lay centered at 5.30 AM today, over western parts of Telangana near latitude 17.7°N and longitude 78.1°E, about 130 km east-northeast of Gulbarga (North Interior Karnataka) and about 50 km west of Hyderabad (Telangana). It is very likely to move further west-northwestwards and gradually weaken into a Well marked low Pressure area during next 12 hours.