Northeast India has been witnessing some rainfall activity for the past few days, all thanks to the remnants of Phethai which has resulted in good showers over the region.
Moreover, a Cyclonic Circulation presently lies over Northeast Bangladesh and adjoining parts of India. A trough is extending from Sub-Himalayan West Bengal to North Bay of Bengal across the Cyclonic Circulation.
During the last 24 hours, rainfall activity occurred at isolated pockets of Northeast India in the country. Weather remained dry over rest parts. Also, moderate with isolated dense fog was observed over many parts in the east.
Now, the weather scenario is set to change over the region and we can expect dry weather to prevail after 24 hours. Drop in night temperatures is expected by a degree or two. However, a marginal rise in day temperatures will be observed. Fog will intensify over the southern parts of northeastern states i.e. Tripura, Nagaland, Mizoram and some parts of Assam.
Light winds will prevail during the day time. Mainly sunny sky and cool evening can be expected. Dry weather will continue for another few days.
During the last 24 hours, intense fog prevailed over Agartala and Kailashahar. Moreover, the city of Agartala reported the lowest visibility of 50 m. Minimum temperature recorded at Itanagar was 12.5°C, Guwahati 13.4°C, Shillong 5.3°C, Kohima 5.0°C, Imphal 8.5°C, Agartala 14°C and Kailashahar 13.4°C.
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