The northeastern states of India have been observing dry weather since the beginning of this month. However, since the last 48 hours, light to moderate rain and thundershower activities are prevailing over Sikkim, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Manipur.
In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Saturday, Lumding recorded 10.2 mm of rain, followed by Gangtok 10 mm, Jorhat and Golaghat 7.6 mm, Tadong 7.5 mm, Tinsukia 7 mm, Pasighat 9.6 mm, Itanagar 6.1 mm, Dhubri 2.8 mm, Dibrugarh 2.2, Tawang 2 mm, Cherrapunji 1 mm, Shillong 0.3 mm.
These weather activities have been attributed to the trough in westerly is running across longitude 92˚E and latitude 25˚N.
Now due to the persistence of this weather systems, rainfall activity will continue over parts of Northeast India during the next 12 to 18 hours as well.
Thereafter, as the above-mentioned weather system would be weakening and moving northeastwards, rainfall activity will decrease significantly over the northeastern states.
Meanwhile, we expect light rain and snow to occur over isolated places of Arunachal Pradesh. Along with short spell of light rain and thundershower activity over isolated places of Nagaland, Nagaland and Upper Assam on February 11. Thereafter, weather will be improving and a significant decrease in the night temperatures will be observed.
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