Parts of Northeast India had been reeling under flooding conditions. 31 districts from Upper to Lower Assam were affected due to continuous rains and overflowing water bodies. Rains and the flood effect have been over Lower Assam.
There has been some respite as far as rains are concerned. Moreover, not much rains were observed yesterday and similar conditions have been seen today as well. Tomorrow also, less rains are expected. Improvement in the flood situation may be seen over the next couple of days.
Gradual increase in the rains is expected which will further see an increase around May 29 until the first week of June.
The reason being for such rains is that Monsoon will make an onset around that time. Also, a lot of moisture from Bay of Bengal will be fed to Northeast India. An east west trough is running across Haryana, UP, Bihar, Jharkhand and Sub Himalayan West Bengal to Northeast India.
With all these features, an accentuation of the surge will be seen, thereby resulting in more rains. Flooding rains may be seen in some parts. Moreover, rains will be seen along Brahmaputra and catchment areas which will increase chances of flooding in Assam, along with parts of Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya around the end of May and beginning of June.