Northeast India has been witnessing good rainfall activity for the last few days. In fact, some parts have even witnessed a few heavy spells of rains during this period, which is a typical Pre Monsoon phenomenon. Moreover, record rainfall was witnessed over Cherrapunji in the last 24 hours.
During the last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Cherrapunji recorded 434 mm, which is the highest in a decade for the month of March. The last time the city saw such heavy rainfall was in the year 2016 at a whopping 420.6 mm. Rains will continue over there for a few more days.
In fact, talking about the entire region of Northeast India, these rains will continue for at least the next ten days or so.