Northeastern states of the nation have been seeing good on and off Pre-Monsoon activities since the beginning of May and the weather has not gone totally dry since that time. Now, rains have reduced over northeastern parts of the country, but parts of Assam still received few good showers.
During the last 24 hours, moderate to heavy rainfall activity has been observed over few parts of Northeast India. Kailashahar and Agartala in Tripura have recorded heavy rainfall to the tune of 58.8 mm and 48.6 mm, respectively.
In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Wednesday, Barapani recorded 43 mm of rain, followed by Passighat and Jorhat 0.1 mm, Silchar 3.2 mm, Cherrapunji 0.8 mm, Shillong 17.8 mm, Aizwal 2 mm, Lengpui 6.4 mm.
Further, we expect rains to once again increase after the next 24 hours and many parts of Northeast India are expected to receive light to moderate rains along with few heavy spells. These activities are likely to mark the onset of monsoon over Northeast India.
The maximum temperatures over most parts of Northeast India are near normal but few places are experiencing above normal maximum temperatures.
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