The northeastern states of India will be colder in December, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), which has forecast heavy to very heavy rainfall in numerous portions of five Northeastern states in the coming days.
DGM of IMD says
“Heavy to very heavy rainfall will be witnessed in the Northeast states like Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur on December 5 and 6,” according to Dr Mrutyunjay Mohapatra, DGM of IMD.
“It is likely that the north-eastern states would also experience enhanced rainfall activity on December 5 and 6, with isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall owing to the likely northeastward movement of the remnant of the system during the same period,” the weatherman added.
During the following 24 hours, a low-pressure region is expected to form over the east-central Andaman Sea, off the coast of Maharashtra. In the lower levels, a trough at mean sea level flows from the above cyclonic circulation to the north Maharashtra coast. According to IMD, a western disturbance exists as a westerly in the mid and high troposphere.
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