NE set to receive heavy rain fall

NEW DELHI, MAY 15 (AGENCIES) | Publish Date: 5/15/2019 11:27:49 AM IST

After a poor start to pre-Monsoon in March and April, the entire North East region is gearing up for rainy days ahead. The region witnessed good rains in the last one week, covering up for the rain deficiency this season, a skymet weather report stated.

Rains are likely to pick up pace from Thursday onward and this prolonged spell is here to stay. These upcoming rains are going to affect the region for at least a week extending up to the next ten days. 

Rains will be mainly moderate in category. The second half of the spell would be more intense than the first one.

The reason for this upcoming spell is the flow of southeasterly winds blowing from Bay of Bengal to North Eastern states. 

According to skymet weather, a Cyclonic Circulation has formed over Bihar and adjoining region. Another Cyclonic Circulation can be seen over southern parts of Central Bay of Bengal. Both the systems would be infusing moisture over the region.

As per the weathermen, continuous rains and flooding are some threats that the upcoming spell is going to bring along with. 

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