Overwhelming precipitation happened over Northeast India amid last 2 to 3 days. Perpetual downpours have overwhelmed the low-lying regions of a few spots in Assam. A cyclonic dissemination is enduring over Assam and Meghalaya. This climate framework has improved precipitation exercises over the area, prompting surge over northern areas of Assam including North Lakhimpur, Dhemaji and Sonitpur locale.
More than 57,000 individuals have been influenced because of surges in Assam, more than 100 towns have been harmed and 1500 hectares of harvest area have been spoilt. Amid most recent 24 hours, Silchar got 24 mm of precipitation. Cherrapunji in Meghalaya additionally got 174 mm of precipitation.
Presently, we expect that following 24 hours, downpour power will diminish over Assam and Meghalaya as the cyclonic course has turned out to be less set apart over the district. The low-weight region which was over Gangetic West Bengal has now moved towards Bihar and abutting territories. In this manner, the stream of southerly winds from Bay of Bengal will now be moderate, lessening the force of precipitation over Northeast India. Bit by bit, circumstance will begin enhancing once again this district.