A low pressure area over the north-west Bay of Bengal is likely to trigger light to moderate rainfall or thundershower activity at several places in the State till Friday.
The district headquarters towns of Balangir and Bhawanipatna were worst hit due to incessant rainfall for the last two days with major parts of the two urban areas remaining under water.
The advisory said advance arrangements may be made for providing adequate food, safe drinking water, lighting, health and sanitation facilities at all shelters/relief camps.
As on Monday, the actual monsoon rains in the state remained close to the normal value.
After three days of incessant rains, parts of Odisha will experience dry conditions for next three days, met officials informed on Friday.
Deep depression over northwest Bay of Bengal crossed north Odisha-West Bengal coasts close to Balasore on Wednesday afternoon.
Due to depression in the Bay of Bengal, moderate rainfall is expected at most places over north Telangana and north Andhra Pradesh during the next 24 hours.
The weathermen have issued an alert and warning for the next 3-4 days, of heavy rainfall, strong winds and cloudy sky.
In the Greater Hyderabad region which received intermittent rains across the day, the highest recorded was 11.8mm at Ramachandrapuram.
Private weather forecaster Skymet said, “Another cyclonic circulation has developed over north Bay of Bengal.
Das was on board FB Nayan, which capsized in choppy waters. Fifteen fishermen from the trawler are still missing, secretary of West Bengal United Fishermen Association Bijan Maity said.
13 other fishermen on another boat which had developed a snag and drifted into the Bangladesh waters because of inclement weather were rescued by the coast guards of India and the neighbouring country
Heavy rains are likely to continue for another 24 hours in coastal Andhra Pradesh under the influence of low pressure over northwest Bay of Bengal.
The quake, which had its epicentre in the Andaman islands, occurred at 6:09 am, the National Centre for Seismology said.
The IMD has predicted light to moderate rainfall at many places with heavy falls at isolated places in Kerala over April 29-30.