Bhubaneswar: Southwest Monsoon may depart from some parts of Odisha during next two-three days, the Regional Meteorological Centre predicted.
Southwest Monsoon have withdrawn from entire North #India & Rajasthan today. #Conditions are becoming favourable for #withdrawal of #southwest #monsoon from some parts of #Odisha during next 2- #3days.#Monsoon2021 pic.twitter.com/81XsP1VVZh
— Meteorological Centre, Bhubaneswar (@mcbbsr) October 9, 2021
Normally, the monsoon starts withdrawing from western parts of the country from September 17 every year. This year, the seasonal wind commenced withdrawal with a delay of 19 days from October 6 onwards.
Despite late withdrawal, the weather scientists are predicting that the monsoon will withdraw completely from India by October 15 this year.
Meanwhile, a low-pressure area is developing over the Bay of Bengal which will eventually intensify into a cyclone and may move towards South Odisha and North Andhra Pradesh coast.
The cyclonic circulation over north Andaman Sea & neighbourhood extending upto 5.8 km above mean sea level persists. Under its influence, a #LowPressureArea is very likely to form over the same region during next #36hours. pic.twitter.com/sjA4dLLmjp
— Meteorological Centre, Bhubaneswar (@mcbbsr) October 10, 2021
It is being predicted that the possible cyclone will make a landfall after Dusherra.