Bubaneswar mourn Cyclonic typhoon ‘Jawad’ could cause heavy rains, flooding, landslides, landslides and property damage in 13 Odisha districts.
The districts of Gajapati, Ganjam, Yuri, Horda, Jagatingsingur, Kendrapada, Kutak, Balasore, Badrak, Jajpur, Niagarah, Kandhamal and Maurbhanj districts are experiencing the effects of the storm.
It affects the provinces of Gajapati, Ganjam, Puri, Horda, Jagatingsingur, Kendrapad and Kutak.
i) Some damage to grass-covered houses / huts and vulnerable buildings.
ii) Breaking tree branches, uprooting small trees.
iii) Road flooding, flooding and flooding at low altitude
Closure of urban areas and lower corridors in the affected area.
iv) Occasional decreased visibility due to heavy rainfall.
v) Traffic jams in major cities due to congestion on roads that increase travel time.
vi) Local landslides / mud slides in mountainous areas
vii) Damage to horticulture due to flooding in some areas.
Influence of Balasore, Badrack, Jajpur, Niagara Falls, Kandhamal and Myrrhabanj provinces
i) Breaking tree branches
ii) In the lowlands, road floods, floods and congestion, and the closure of alleys, mainly in the affected towns.
iii) Occasional decreased visibility due to heavy rainfall.
v) Damage to horticulture due to flooding in some areas.
According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), cyclonic storms can occur in areas where heavy to heavy rainfall is most likely to occur in isolated areas in one or more places (more than 20 cm). Ganjam, Puri and Jaggatsinger today.
Heavy rains are also expected in one or two areas of Balasore, Badrak Kendrapada, Katak, Horda, Nyagarh, Gajapati and Jajpur provinces. And heavy rains are more likely to occur in isolated areas of Kandhamal, Rayagada, Kyonshar and Mayerbahanj districts.
Heavy to heavy rains on Sunday can occur in one or two areas in the provinces of Maurbang, Balasore, Badrak, Kendrapada, Jagatingsingur, Jajpur, Kutak and Puri.
Similarly, heavy rainfall is more likely to occur in isolated areas above ground.
Districts of Kyounjar, Angul, Dencanal, Nyagarh, Cordha and Ganjam
IMD also reported that the JAWAD, a cyclone in Bengal West Midwest, was moving north at 6 km / h for the past 06 hours and today, December 4, 2021, at 0830 AM, west of the West Bengal Sea off Vishakapatam (Andra Pradesh 21). Km 320 km south of Gopalpur, 390 km southwest of Puri and 470 km southwest of Paradis.
It may be approaching the north, gradually weakening over the next 12 hours and then moving northeast along the coast of Odisha to near Puri on the 5th of December at noon. It continues to weaken and move north-northeast along the coast of Odisha to the west coast of Bengal.