Depression Over Bay Of Bengal Finally Moves Up North

**Bhubaneswar:** The weather has definitely irked people in Odisha the last few days after it resulted in a drenched Diwali, and with the sun out in full glow on Sunday, the latest updates from Meteorological Centre, Bhubaneswar just confirmed, what many assumed, that the depression over the Bay of Bengal and Bangladesh has moved further East and Northeastwards and weakened into a well marked low pressure area at dawn on Sunday.

As the day progressed it further weakened into a low pressure area over central parts of Assam and neighbouring regions by 8:30 am on Sunday.

Resultantly, there was a noticeable rise in the maximum temperatures over South Coastal Odisha and appreciably over the rest of the state, with Titlagarh recording the highest maximum temperature of 35 degree Celsius, while Sundargarh had the distinction of being the coldest place in the state, with a lowest minimum temperature of 19 degree Celsius.


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