Northeast India has failed to record sufficient rains during the month of October and November. As a result, many parts of Northeast India have remained deficient while some parts have remained largely deficient.
This season, in the absence of any significant weather system such as Low Pressure area or Depression over North Bay of Bengal, rains have performed below average over Northeast India.
Although the formation of Cyclone Titli over Bay of Bengal had resulted in some rains, but its effect remained confined to only Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal.
The system failed to re-curve itself towards northeast direction. As a result, many northeastern states remained deprived of any rains at the time of Cyclone Titli.
Since the last few days, moderate to dense fog has been forming over parts of Assam, Meghalaya and Tripura during morning hours. On the other hand, Nagaland, Manipur and Mizoram are also witnessing moderate to shallow fog.
We expect similar foggy conditions to continue over Northeast India for next 4 to 5 days. Dry weather will also persist over the states. No other major weather activity will form over the area.
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