Rain is rising at its fastest rate together with cold for December.

Due to the expected formation of cyclone Jawad which will hit the coasts of both Andhra Pradesh and Odisha on December 4 this day together with December 5 shall bring severe to severe rainfalls in both the states as well as West Bengal.

The Met Office recently said Cyclone Jawad is expected to reach coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha, by Saturday morning.

Cyclone Jawad is due to reach the coastline of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha around dawn on December 4.

Amid that, the Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for heavy rain in several districts of Odisha, as of December 3.

The IMD declared an orange alert for 4 December for the districts of Ganjam, Puri, Gajapati, and Jagatsinghpur, Odisha, and for the counties of Cuttack, Nayagarh, Khurda, Kandhamal, Rayagada, Kendrapara and Koraput.

The Met Office also said rain levels are set to increase in Odisha from Saturday, as heavy to very heavy rains are expected in coastal and inland areas.

Meanwhile the Odisha Disaster Management officer, PK Jena, in an expert article explained that the state of the sea will be very difficult prior the emergence of the cyclone. Wind speeds will be from 45 – 55 km / h and gusts from 65km / h on December 3.


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