Northeast India is all set to see some rainfall activities which will be a week-long spell of rain. In fact, varied-intensity rains will be seen over the entire region.
The reason for these rains is attributed to systems in the north including the Western Disturbances and the induced low which move from west to east. The additional pump comes from the anti-cyclone over the Bay of Bengal which results in some moisture incursion, furthermore giving more rain. Westerly winds will also be blowing over Northeast India.
Today and tomorrow, rains will be seen over Assam as well as Arunachal Pradesh predominantly. April 29 and 30, rains will also cover Meghalaya along with these two areas.
April 30 onward, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura may also see some rains. These parts will see scattered and moderate showers. Meanwhile, Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh may see some heavy showers as well. Rains are likely to continue until May 5 or 6, making it a week long activity.