After lashing the Northeastern states of the country with some record-breaking rains the day before, it seems the rainy days are not yet over for the region. Hefty showers have shown up in parts of Northeast India to an extent that it even flooded the roads of Agartala.
Silchar and Pasighat had even surpassed their monthly mean by a huge difference and are still receiving rains. In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Wednesday, North Lakhimpur recorded 62 mm of rains, Pasighat 48 mm, Silchar 41 mm, Dibrugarh 22 mm, Kailashahar 19 mm, and Haflong witnessed 12 mm of rainy spells.
As per Skymet Weather, the cyclonic circulation which was persisting over NMMT (Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura) has faded away. However, now a trough is seen extending from the northern plains to Sub-Himalayan West Bengal. Therefore, rains with a reduced intensity are expected to continue over Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.
Heavy to very heavy rains are though not expected at this hour of time. In the NMMT region, a significant reduction in rains is expected. Scattered light rains are likely to continue for next 2-3 days. Thereafter, rains are once again expected to pick up pace.
The rain intensity will be very less for next 3-4 days which will help in improving the situation. Thus, with the reduction in the rainfall intensity, the problems pertaining to waterlogging is also expected to reduce.
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