The northeastern parts of the country are one of the rainiest pockets during the Southwest Monsoon. In fact, these rains also have the ability to sway the cumulative Pan India rans to positive or negative. The month of July has not been as good for the northeastern region and rains have remained on the backseat.
However, during the last few days, rains have picked up pace and Nagaland has seen heavy to very heavy rains in the last 24 hours.
In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday, Kohima recorded a whopping 52.4 mm of rains. Other parts of the state also saw heavy rainfall activity.
A cyclonic circulation has been persisting over Assam. Due to this, moderate winds from Bay of Bengal are feeding moisture over Northeast India including Nagaland. This weather system will persist for another two days leading to moderate to heavy showers over the next two to three days.
Moreover, heavy rains are expected over many parts of Nagaland for another 48 hours. The weather will remain comfortable. Sky will remain between cloudy and overcast. Maximum temperatures over Kohima will settle between 26 and 27 degrees Celsius while the minimums will be between 17 and 18 degrees.
On the other hand, Dimapur will be little warm and maximum will be around 29 and 30 degrees, minimums will be close to 24 degrees Celsius.
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