During the last 24 hours, spell of light rain and thundershower was experienced in pockets of Northeast India. In the next 24 hours, a seasonal Cyclonic Circulation will become active due to the moving of an active Western Disturbance over the Tibet region. So, the entire Northeast India is yet again gearing up for a rainy spell in the next few days.
In the next 24 hours, states like that of Nagaland, Manipur, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Meghalaya will see an intensifying cloud-cover. During the next 48 hours, spells of light rain and thundershower will occur at some places over the Northeast States while the states of Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim will receive rain and snowfall.
In the last 24 hours, minimum temperature recorded at Kohima was 7.4°C, Imphal recorded 7.2°C, Guwahati 16.4°C, Agartala 15.9°C, Gangtok 7.8°C, North Lakhimpur 9.7°C, Silchar 14.2°C, Tezpur 16.1°C, Cherrapunji 11.5°C and Shillong observed 9.6°C.
Day and night temperatures are all set to see a change due to the ongoing weather activities in the region. Due to clouding and rainfall activity, day temperatures will witness a significant fall by three to five degree Celsius, while night temperatures will increase marginally by one to two degree Celsius, during the next 22 to 48 hours. Thereafter, the temperature pattern will see a reversal yet again.
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