Rain and thundershower likely in parts of Northeast India

October 5, 2019 5:49 PM |

Northeast Rain Light to moderate rain is being observed across Northeast India for the last couple of days. These rains were due to the Cyclonic Circulation prevalent over Northeast Assam.

This system has now weakened but a new Cyclonic Circulation has formed over Jharkhand and adjoining parts of West Bengal. Due to this system, moist winds from the Bay of Bengal will continue to affect the entire region of Northeast India.

Light to moderate rain and thundershower will be observed in the region for the next 2-3 days. These rains will have a peculiar trend to it as the activity will largely bee seen during evening or early night hours.

As far as the temperatures are concerned Assam will see the maximum hovering close to 33 degrees Celsius while the night temperature will settle somewhere between 22-24 degrees Celsius. The other States of Northeast like Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Nagaland, Meghalaya and Tripura will observe day temperature settling between 30-33 degrees. The night temperature in these states is going to be comfortably placed around 21 degrees Celsius.

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