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Northeast Rainfall: Severe rainfall alert for Assam, Arunachal, and Meghalaya from April 20

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Northeast Rainfall Alert: Even though the majority of the country has received adequate rainfall this month, the northeastern sister states’ rainfall data have been chronically deficient. However, strong rains are expected in the area over the weekend, which may help to improve the results.

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According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the northeastern region has become a comfortable habitat for atmospheric instability. In the next days, this system is expected to deliver lingering rains (and possibly snow at higher elevations) as well as isolated thunderstorms.

 

Heavy rains (64.5 mm-115.5 mm) are expected to fall over Arunachal Pradesh between Thursday and Saturday (April 20-22), as well as Assam and Meghalaya on Friday and Saturday (April 21-22).

Furthermore, showers of light to moderate intensity with thunderstorms, lightning, and gusty winds are extremely possible over Northeast India over the following five days (April 20-24).

Other Northeastern states, including Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura, are expected to get isolated showers on Thursday, followed by widespread rainfall and thunderstorms on Friday, according to The Weather Channel India’s met team.

Furthermore, showers of light to moderate intensity with thunderstorms, lightning, and gusty winds are extremely possible over Northeast India over the following five days (April 20-24).

Other Northeastern states, including Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura, are expected to get isolated showers on Thursday, followed by widespread rainfall and thunderstorms on Friday, according to The Weather Channel India’s met team.

In light of these forecasts, a yellow watch has been issued for the entire region of Northeast India for the rest of the week, urging residents to ‘stay informed’ about the severe weather.

The rainfall statistics for the Northeast will change as a result of these showers. Arunachal Pradesh had only 57.8 mm of rain between April 1 and 19, representing a ‘significant deficiency’ of 69% compared to its long-term average for this time period. In the same time period, Assam and Meghalaya received 51.4 mm, while N.M.M.T received 42.4 mm, resulting in deficits of 51% and 47%, respectively.

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