IMD has predicted heavy rainfall over Northeastern states of India ranging from April 13 till 15.








Assam and Meghalaya are more likely to witness remoted heavy rainfall beginning April 13 till April 15.





According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), rainfall is anticipated throughout a number of southern states of India till April 15. According to the current MeT division climate report, States and Union Territories comparable to Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, and Puducherry are more likely to expertise rain over the course of the subsequent three days.












According to a tweet by the IMD, “Light fairly widespread/widespread rainfall accompanied with thunderstorm/lightning very likely over Kerala-Mahe and isolated/scattered rainfall over Tamilnadu-Puducherry-Karaikal, Lakshadweep area, Coastal Andhra Pradesh, Coastal & South Interior Karnataka.”

Furthermore, the spatial extent is that the severity of heatwaves is more likely to lower over the northwestern areas of India starting from April 13 and can proceed over Madhya Pradesh over the subsequent 5 days, in accordance with the climate forecasting group












Rainfall over the North-eastern States

Over the subsequent 4 days, pretty widespread and light-weight to average rainfall adopted by lightning and thunderstorm is projected to happen over Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, sub-Himalayan West Bengal-Sikkim, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Tripura, and Nagaland in accordance with the newest climate replace by the IMD. 

The rain can be brought on by robust south-westerly wind gusts coming from the Bay of Bengal to the north-eastern states at decrease tropospheric ranges, in addition to the cyclonic circulation with a trough updraft over west Assam and the encompassing space at decrease tropospheric ranges. Assam and Meghalaya are more likely to witness remoted heavy rainfall beginning April 13 till April 15. Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur, and Tripura are additionally forecasted to expertise average to heavy rain from April 13 to fifteen.












Rainfall will even fall over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim on April 13, 2022. Due to the incidence of the cyclonic circulation over the south-western Bay of Bengal till the subsequent 5 days, mild pretty widespread rainfall adopted by thunderstorms and lightning is believable over adjoining areas of north Sri Lanka to Tamil Nadu and as much as center tropospheric ranges








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