chilly situations in most components of Odisha barring some area in
inside components of the state and the IMD Saturday warned of
probably remoted to extreme chilly wave situations in 18 districts
from February 7 to 10.
The night time temperature is predicted to fall by 2 to 4
diploma celsius until February 10 underneath the affect of
northwesterly/ northerly dry and chilly wind at decrease degree
penetrating the state, the Met workplace mentioned.
The districts prone to expertise chilly wave situation
are Sundargarh, Jharsuguda, Deogarh, Keonjhar, Kandhamal,
Kalahandi from 8.30 am of February 7 to eight.30 am of February 8.
Sundargarh, Jharsuguda, Bargarh, Sambalpur, Deogarh, Angul,
Dhenkanal, Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj, Balasore, Bhadrak, Boudh,
Sonepur, Balangir, Kalahandi, Kandhamal, Nuapada and
Nabarangpur districts will expertise it from February 8 to
February 10, it mentioned.
In regard to the climate situation within the final 24
hours, the IMD mentioned that solely 4 locations reported
temperatures between 10 diploma celsius or beneath that.
G Udaygiri was coldest at 4.5 diploma celsius, adopted
by Phulbani at 7 levels, Kirei in Sundergarh district in
western area at 9.5 levels and Daringbadi at 10 levels,
the IMD mentioned.
It mentioned dry climate prevailed within the state, whereas
shallow to reasonable fog prevailed at one or two locations over
Angul and Malkangiri districts of the inside area.
The very best most temperature of 32.1 diploma celsius
was recorded at Angul and the bottom minimal temperature of seven
diploma was recorded at Phulbani within the plains of Odisha.
The particular aid commissioners workplace has suggested
folks to remain indoors through the night time to keep away from publicity to
chilly. They’ve been requested to keep away from using two wheelers and
journey in open vehicles at night time.
The district collectors have been directed to make sure
that faculty and neighborhood buildings and different obtainable ones
are opened to be used as shelter through the night time by the homeless
and the needy. PTI AAM KK
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