Cyclone Jawad has had a significant impact on 19 Odisha districts. Odisha

Bubaneswar mourn Nearly 19 woredas in Odisha are expected to be affected by heavy rains, floods, landslides and cyclones’ JAWAD, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Saturday.

Gajapati, Ganjam, Yuri, Horda, Jagatingsingur, Kendrapada, Kutak, Balasore, Badrak, Jajpur, Malkangiri, Niagara, Kandhamal, Rayagada, Koraut, Maurbhanj, Kyojukhar, Angul and Denkaal districts.

It affects the provinces of Gajapati, Ganjam, Puri, Horda, Jagatingsingur, Kendrapad and Kutak.

i) Severe damage to grass-covered houses / huts and vulnerable buildings.
ii) Breaking tree branches, uprooting trees.
iii) Minor damage to electrical and communication lines.
iv) Flooding, flooding and waterlogging and closure of waterways, especially in the affected areas.
v) Decreased visibility due to heavy rainfall.
vi) Traffic disruptions to roads leading to water shortages in major cities
Travel time increased.
viii) Local landslide / mud slide hills
ix) Damage to horticulture due to flooding in some areas. Damage to banana, papaya and moringa trees.
x) In some river basins (Nagavali, Ruschikulia, Vanshadhara) it can lead to river flooding.

It affects the districts of Balasore, Badrak, Jajpur, Malkangiri, Nyagarh, Kandhamal, Rayagada, Korait, Maurbhang, Kyonjhar, Angul and Dencanal.

i) Breaking tree branches
ii) Round flooding, flooding and flooding in low-lying areas and closing down tunnels mainly in the affected towns.
iii) Occasional decreased visibility due to heavy rainfall.
iv.
v) Minor damage to damaged roads and damaged structure and walls
Vulnerable kitchens
vi) Local landslides / mud slides in mountainous areas
vii) Damage to horticulture due to flooding in some areas. Damage to banana, papaya and moringa trees.

According to the latest IMD update, the JAWAD cyclone in Bengal West Central Bay continued to move north-northwest at a speed of 06 km / h for the past 06 hours and landed at IST today, December 04, 2021. It is located 250 km southeast of Vishakapatam (Andra Pradesh), southwest of Bengal, 360 km south of Gopalpur, 430 km southwest of Puri (Odisha) southwest, and southwest of Paradisp (Odisha). 510 km

On the morning of December 04, you will be moving north-northwest and off the coast of North Andhra Pradesh-South Odisha to the west central bay. After that, he moved northward, moving around the coast of Odisha, slowly moving around noon on December 5 near Puri. Next, it continues to move north-northeast along the coast of Odisha to the west coast of Bengal and further weakens.

Under its influence, heavy rains (more than 20 cm) in some parts of Gajapati, Ganjam, Puri and Jagatengur districts today can cause heavy rainfall.

Similarly, heavy to heavy rains may fall in one or two areas of Kendrapada, Kuttak, Horda, Niagara, Kandhamal and Rayagada provinces; And heavy rains may occur in isolated areas of Balasore, Badrak, Jajፑpir, Koraፑet and Malkangiri provinces.

Heavy rains on Sunday can occur in one or two areas in the districts of Myrabangj, Balasore, Badrak, Kendrapada, Jagatingsingur, Jajpur, Kutak and Puri. And there is a high risk of heavy rainfall in isolated areas of Keonjhar, Angul, Denkaal, Niigarh, Horda, Ganjam and Gajapati districts.

Strong winds from north Andhra Pradesh-Odisha coast up to 4pm, 45-55 km / h, 45-55 km / h. Slowly blowing from 55-65 to 75 km / h until midnight and hot winds from 65-75 km / h to 85 km / h from 4 to 5 p.m. After that it gradually decreases.

Storms 0.5 – 1 m above sea level could flood lowlands in Odisha coastal districts at noon on December 5th. December is the fourth new moon day and may be as high as 2–4 m above sea level on the coasts of Odisha and western Bengal.

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