Heavy to very heavy rainfall is more likely to happen primarily in southern and coastal elements of Odisha until October 22 as a result of system, Meteorological Centre Director H R Biswas mentioned.
There will likely be a reasonable downpour in different elements of the state throughout this era, he mentioned.
9 low-pressure techniques have been fashioned over the Bay of Bengal since August.
Fishermen have been requested to not enterprise into deep sea from October 19 to 22 because the Meteorological Centre has forecast squally climate situations with wind pace possible reaching 40-50 kmph over the Bay of Bengal.
In view of the climate forecast, the Odisha authorities has equipped its preparation to take care of any flood-like state of affairs and landslides within the hilly area.
Particular Aid Commissioner (SRC) PK Jena issued a recent advisory and requested district officers to be ready to handle any exigency.
Water Assets division engineer-in-chief Jyotirmay Rath mentioned water ranges of all main rivers comparable to Vansadhara, Nagavali and Rushikulya are being continually monitored in view of the heavy rainfall forecast in south Odisha.
He mentioned rivers within the southern area are flowing beneath the hazard mark.
Senior and skilled officers are being despatched with ample flood-fighting supplies to maintain a detailed watch on the river embankments, he mentioned.
Nodal officers have additionally been appointed in Ganjam, Gajapati, Rayagada, Koraput, Nabarangpur, Malkangiri, Balasore and Bhadrak to take care of any state of affairs, the official mentioned.
The Meteorological Centre has forecast heavy rainfall in some locations of Malkangiri, Koraput, Rayagada, Ganjam and Gajapati districts on Monday.