As of August 23, the state of Odisha has seen normal rains with a surplus of 8%, while West Bengal remained rain deficient with 20%.
In view of the cyclonic circulation over North Bay of Bengal adjoining Bangladesh and the coastline of West Bengal and Odisha, a low pressure is in all probability to form by the latter half of August 25. The point of fact is that this weather system is very likely to subsequently move in the northerly direction across Odisha, Jharkhand and eventually over Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.
Over and above this, the axis of Monsoon trough is running via Odisha and West Bengal up to Northeast Bay of Bengal.
Together, all these weather aspects would facilitate the enhancement of weather activities over both the eastern states of Odisha and West Bengal during the next three days. At this time frame, the weatherman presumes the regions to remain susceptible to intense weather activities like rain and thundershowers accompanying lightning strikes.
Wherefore, rains would be seen right from Gangetic West Bengal to Coastal Odisha where cities namely Kolkata, Digha, Diamond Harbor, Midnapore, Balasore, Cuttack, Puri, Chandbali, Gopalpur, Bhubaneswar, and Paradip would observe fairly widespread rain and thundershowers accompanying few heavy to very heavy falls.
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