The northeastern parts of the country have been recording continuous pre-Monsoon rains since the beginning of this pre Monsoon season. The intensity of showers varied in all the months until now. However, Northeast India failed to witness a prolonged dry spell.
In the last past 24 hours, moderate rain was observed over the southern parts of the northeastern states. The intensity of showers was more over Tripura, Manipur, Mizoram, Meghalaya and East Assam. In fact, scattered light rain activity was also observed over Arunachal Pradesh.
In the last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Friday, Agartala recorded rain to the tune of 12 mm, Kailashahar 11 mm, Cherrapunji 9 mm, Kohima 7 mm, Silchar 7 mm, Lumding 5 mm, North Lakhimpur 3 mm, Imphal 3 mm of rains. In the same span of time, Guwahati also recorded traces of rain.
As per Skymet Weather, these rains can be attributed to an upper air trough which is lying in the higher levels and is extending from Sub Himalayan West Bengal to Mizoram. Moreover, a low level trough is also extending from East Uttar Pradesh to Nagaland. These combined weather systems will continue to give moderate rain with isolated heavy spells over Northeast India during the next 48 hours.
The most rain affected states would be East Assam, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Tripura, Manipur, and Mizoram. Light rain at scattered places may also occur over Arunachal Pradesh during the same time.
Along with rain, squall and lightning strikes are also expected to continue. Mainly comfortable weather with cloudy sky will prevail over the plains of Northeast India. Meanwhile, the hilly regions would observe pleasant and cool weather conditions.
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