SHOCKING: Famous Celebrity Caught in Scandalous Love Triangle! You Won't Believe the Twists and Turns

 On September 14th in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, severe weather conditions wreaked havoc across several districts. In Koraput, approximately 40 houses sustained damage, while in Kandhamal, 60 'kutcha' houses were completely destroyed. The heavy rainfall also resulted in the submergence of bridges, effectively cutting off road connections from Malkangiri to Motu. As a precautionary measure, schools in Bolangir district were closed for the day.

SHOCKING: Famous Celebrity Caught in Scandalous Love Triangle! You Won't Believe the Twists and Turns

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted that more showers were expected on Friday. The Special Relief Commissioner's (SRC) office confirmed reports of 40 damaged houses in Koraput and 63 'kutcha' houses destroyed in Kandhamal district.

Bolangir district experienced the highest rainfall, with 215 mm recorded in the state. The downpour caused disruptions in Malkangiri, Kandhamal, and Bolangir districts. In Malkangiri, the MV-96 bridge along National Highway No 326 in Kalimela was submerged, and floodwaters flowed above the bridge. This resulted in communication disruption between Malkangiri and Motu.

The heavy rainfall also disrupted normal life in Kandhamal district. A low-pressure area in the Bay of Bengal had intensified and become well-marked, expected to move across Odisha and Chhattisgarh over the next two days. The southwest monsoon was vigorous over the state, causing very heavy showers in Bolangir and Rayagada districts over the past 24 hours.

Weather scientist Umashankar Das of the Regional Meteorology Centre in Bhubaneswar warned of possible flash floods in interior areas due to intense rainfall over the next 24 hours. He also mentioned that the intensity of rainfall would gradually decrease from September 15.

According to the Meteorological office, Odisha recorded 49.3 mm of rainfall in the last 24 hours, with an average of 189.9 mm from September 1 to 14, compared to the month's average of 231.9 mm.

The IMD issued a Red warning for heavy to very heavy rainfall in six districts: Bolangir, Kalahandi, Sonepur, Bargarh, Nuapada, and Sambalpur. An Orange warning for heavy rainfall was issued for nine districts: Nabarangpur, Kandhamal, Boudh, Cuttack, Deogarh, Jharsuguda, Sundargarh, Angul, and Dhenkanal on Thursday. Additionally, a yellow warning was issued for Nabarangpur, Nuapada, Bargarh, Jharsuguda, and Sundargarh districts on Friday.

The Engineer-in-Chief of the Water Resources department, Bhakta Ranjan Mohanty, assured that the state government was prepared to handle the situation. He mentioned that although the upper catchment areas of the Mahanadi river received an average of around 37 mm of rainfall, there was a decrease in intensity in the lower catchment area, reducing the possibility of a flood. 

Mohanty also stated that a peak inflow of around 2,00,000 cusecs was expected into the Hirakud reservoir, leading authorities to open 10 gates of Hirakud, with the reservoir's water level at 628.77 ft.
Previous Post Next Post