Northeast India has had a decent Pre Monsoon season with some rains lashing the region in between. Now, also a rainy spell is on the cards for the region.
An East west trough is running from Uttar Pradesh across Bihar, Jharkhand, and thereafter running up to West Bengal region. With this, Northeast India is getting enough moisture feed from the Bay of Bengal region.
Along with this, the low pressure area that formed in Bay, once it becomes more marked and moves a little northwestward, a fresh feed of moisture will begin over Northeast India in the form of southerly winds and southwesterly winds and will continue for the next four to five days.
Moreover, with this, Northeast India is all set to see a rainy week ahead with rainfall activity of varying intensity. States of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Tripura and Nagaland will be seeing good rainfall.