Only Block Kalimela in Malkanagiri district recorded the highest rainfall 82.0 mm.
The India Meteorological Department has not issued any rain alert for Odisha as the trough line that persisted at the mean sea level on Friday, has now moved to a higher altitude.
The Met department is also predicting heavy rainfall in the state on 14 July.
Wind at the speed of 40-50 kmph is predicted along the coast. Squalls may also prevail in some areas.
While yellow warning has been issued for places over Nawarangpur, Rayagada, Koraput, Malkangiri, Gajapati, Ganjam, Nayagarh districts.
While Jajpur district received the highest rainfall of 253.7 mm during the month, Gajapati district witnessed the lowest rainfall of 59.8 mm
The IMD has also advised fishermen not to venture into the sea along and off Odisha coast and North Bay of Bengal from 30 June to 2 July 2019.
The bird, also called the Jacobin Cuckoo, generally arrives before the onset of the monsoon, said a noted ornithologist Uday Narayan Dev.
Regional meteorological department officials said rainfall is likely to increase after 28 June.
Former member Board of Revenue Dr Aurobindo Behera, and UNICEF Odisha chief of field office Dr Monica Nielsen attended the consultation as distinguished guests.
The OSDMA has already prepared plans to handle natural disasters like the tsunami, cyclone, and flood,” Bisoi informed.