After a respite of a few days from intense rains, Northeast India has seen some rains in the last 24 hours with Arunachal Pradesh's Pasighat recording a whopping 214 mm of rains. Other parts have also seen some rains wherein Cooch Behar in Sub Himalayan West Bengal saw 231 mm and Gangtok in Sikkim recorded 127 mm of rains.
These rains have come in after a respite of 4-5 days, which had resulted in some improvement in the flood situation. Due to the water bodies and stagnant water taking time to clear out, flood situation still persists.
Now also, parts of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam may see heavy to very heavy rains today, but Meghalaya will not see intense rains. This spike in activity will last till tomorrow, at a reducing note. Relief is expected around June 30. However, with a fresh spell of rains, flood situation may once again worsen over Assam region.