IMD predicts heavy showers in the northeast until June 17 Assam and Meghalaya Red Alert
In particular, some parts of Assam and Meghalaya have already experienced constant rainfall of over 100 mm, 250 mm and even 300 mm.
Apart from the red warnings issued to Assam and Meghalaya on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, the IMD issued an orange warning to the state of Arnachar Pradesh until June 17.
“It is very likely that moisture invasion will continue due to strong low levels of south / southwesterly winds from the Bay of Bengal to northeastern India between June 13 and 17,” said Sanjay O, senior scientist at IMD. ‘Neill Shaw said.
Thunderstorms / thunderstorms / heavy torrential rains with fairly widespread / widespread rainfall and very heavy rainfall in isolated areas are most likely to continue in the northeast until June 17.
Intense showers recorded in the last 24 hours ending at 8:30 am on Monday include Dhubri 140 mm, Dudhnoi Kvk (AWS) 120 mm, Shella 340 mm, Sohra (RKM) 330 mm, Mawkyrwat (ARG) 330. Includes mm, Sohra 290 mm and William nagar. 220 mm, Jowai (AWS) 150 mm, Khliehriat 130 mm, and Tikrikilla 100 mm.
Meanwhile, the constant rain, coupled with thunderstorms, caused havoc throughout Assam and Meghalaya, disrupting daily activities.