As informed, parts of Nagaland will be receiving patchy light rainfall until January 27 or 28.
The Nagaland State Disaster Management Authority, Home Department had informed that many parts of Nagaland would receive scattered patchy light rain activities.
A press release informed about patchy rainfall in Nagaland
Joint Chief Executive Officer, Johnny Ruangmei, stated in an update that the weather will clear up thereafter.
In a press release, NSDMA mentioned that, “Both day and night temperatures are expected to remain below normal until the first week of February.”
It added, “Minimum temperatures in Kohima will remain between 4 and 6 degrees and maximum will be 16 to 17 until January 29. Thereafter, there will be a gradual increase.”
NSDMA further stated that days will become comfortable and sunny as temperatures during the day will start to increase post February 10.
More information about the weather
The press release further mentioned, “Morning and night will remain cold over hilly regions especially at Kohima, Phek, Tuensang and cool over plain areas such as Dimapur.”
“The present weather condition is due to cyclonic circulation over Bangladesh and also the western disturbances remnant from the Himalayan region”, it stated.