The India Meteorological Department has said that a cyclonic circulation is presently seen over north interior Odisha and neighbourhood.
The cyclonic circulation will have a height between 0.9 kilometres and 7.6 kilometres above mean sea level tilting southwards.
The IMD informed that the cyclonic circulation will most likely move northwestwards during next 3 days.
This cyclonic circulation comes just days after cyclone Nisarga made landfall in Maharashtra between Murud and Revdanda in on June 3.
It may be mentioned here that the last severe cyclonic storm to hit close to Mumbai was in 1961.
In May, super cyclone Amphan wreaked havoc in parts of Odisha and West Bengal.
It made landfall on the coastal areas of West Bengal and Bangladesh.