11 Stations Record More Than 150mm Rainfall In Last 24 Hours

Bhubaneswar: Heavy rains lashed Odisha during the last 24 hours due to the impact of a Depression in the Bay of Bengal. According to the IMD, below is the data on the amount of rainfall at various stations in Odisha:

  1. Ersama (Jagatsinghpur) – 215.0;
  2. Hemgiri (Sundergarh) – 200.4;
  3. Astaranga (Puri) – 168.0;
  4. Rajgangapur (Sundargarh) – 167.4;
  5. Sundergarh – 163.4;
  6. Banki (Cuttack) – 162.0;
  7. Phiringia (Kandhamal) – 161.6;
  8. Tangarpali (Sundargarh) – 160.4;
  9. Dhankauda (Sambalpur) – 159.0;
  10. Lephripara (Sundargarh) – 156.4;
  11. Balikuda (Jagatsinghpur) – 154.0;
  12. Sambalpur – 146.0;
  13. Gop (Puri) – 140.2;
  14. Tirtol (Jagatsinghpur) – 135.0;
  15. Naugaon (Jagatsinghpur) – 135.0;
  16. Alipingal (Jagatsinghpur) – 134.4;
  17. Binika (Sonepur) 132.2;
  18. Burla (Sambalpur) – 131.8;
  19. Nawana (Mayurbhanj) – 130.8;
  20. Jagatsinghpur (Jagatsinghpur) – 123.6;
  21. Kakatpur (Puri) 123.0;
  22. Kantapada (Cuttack) – 122.0;
  23. Niali (Cuttack) – 118.0;
  24. Mandiradam (Sundargarh) – 113.0;
  25. Biridi (Jagatsinghpur) – 112.0;
  26. Telkoi (Keonjhar) – 109.0;
  27. Hirakud (Sambalpur) – 107.6;
  28. R Udayagiri (Gajapati) – 104.0;
  29. Ragunathpur (Jagatsinghpur) 103.0;
  30. Banapur (Khurda) – 103.0; and
  31. Jagannathprasad (Ganjam) – 100.0.