Odisha Sun Times Bureau
Bhubaneswar, May 9:
“A low pressure area has been formed over interior Andhra Pradesh and neighbourhood with associated upper air cyclonic circulation extending up to 4.5 km above mean sea level. Under its influence, heavy rainfall may occur at one or two places in the interior districts while thunder squall accompanied with hail and gusty surface wind speed reaching 60-70 kmph may occur at one or two places over coastal Odisha during the next 72 hours. However, there is every likely that the temperature would go up in the state after May 12”, the Met release added.
While Chandbali was the hottest place of the state today with 42 degree Celsius, temperature went up to 40 degree and above in Baleswar (41), Cuttack (40.6), Bhubaneswar (41.6), Angul (40.1), Baripada (41.2), Keonjhargarh (40), Talcher (41.9) and Dhenkanal (41.1).