Bhubaneswar: Odisha may be available for heavy precipitation as a low-pressure territory is probably going to shape over the south Bay of Bengal around November 29 (Sunday). The admonition has been given by the Regional Meteorological Center of the India Meteorological Department, a report said.
On the off chance that the low-pressure zone creates as an estimate, heavy precipitation is expected in seaside and southern areas of Odisha. Different regions of the state also are required to encounter moderate to light precipitation, Odisha TV announced.
The climate division has said that dry climate is probably going to beat the state in front of the possible development of the low-pressure region.
The improvement comes as Cyclone Nivar crossed Puducherry and Tamil Nadu yesterday. The tempest guaranteed in any event three carries on within Tamil Nadu removed more than 1,000 trees and immersed a few low-lying regions by causing hefty downpours.
Nivar, in the wake of making landfall, debilitated into a cyclonic tempest, at that point into profound wretchedness, at long last into a downturn, according to the IMD.
Substantial precipitation was additionally detailed from Andhra Pradesh.