The flood state of affairs in Assam stays grim after the water stage of the river Brahmaputra continued to rise. Assam has been witnessing heavy downpour for the previous few days.
Based on India Meteorological Division (IMD), as a result of shift of the monsoon trough northwards and convergence of robust south-westerly winds from the Bay of Bengal, over the northeast, throughout the subsequent three or 4 days heavy rain is anticipated.
“With the above favourable meteorological conditions, the enhanced rainfall activity is most likely to continue over the northeastern states and adjoining east India during June 26 and June 28 with light to moderate widespread rainfall over Bihar, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura and decrease in spread & intensity thereafter,” IMD mentioned in an announcement.
“Heavy to very heavy rainfall at remoted locations with extraordinarily heavy falls very doubtless over Assam &
Meghalaya on 26th June & 27th June, remoted heavy to very heavy falls on 28th June and remoted heavy falls on 29th June & 30th June,” IMD mentioned.
Remoted heavy to very heavy falls can also be very doubtless over Arunachal Pradesh on 26th & 27th and remoted heavy falls on 28th June, IMD mentioned.
Detailed forecast and warnings until June 30 are as follows: