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Cloud cover in NE behind low temperature

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Nov 12 � Cloud cover over almost all areas of the NE region resulted in the drop in its day temperature, also called maximum temperature. The Borjhar airport in the city today recorded a day temperature of 21.1 degree Celsius, against its normal day temperature of 28 degree Celsius for the month of November. The situation is expected to last for one or two days hence, said H Pathak, Deputy Director General of Meteorology (DDGM) of the Regional Meteorology Centre (RMC) here.

This is due to the westerly trough, which has been seen running from Nepal to Bangladesh between 1.5 km and 3.1 km above the mean sea level since yesterday. Earlier, easterly and north easterly winds were blowing in the lower atmospheric level leading to fair weather.

Today, in association with the trough, a cyclonic circulation was also observed extending up to .9 km above the mean sea level over Meghalaya and its neighbourhood.

The minimum temperature recorded by the city today at Borjhar airport was 16.6 degree Celsius, against its normal of 17 degree Celsius. From November 8 till yesterday, the city recorded a maximum temperature ranging between 29 degree Celsius and 30 degree Celsius, against its normal of 28 degree Celsius. The minimum temperature recorded by the city during this period was 15 degree Celsius, Pathak said.

He further informed that there is a possibility of light rain over one or two places of the NE region during the next 24 hours.

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Cloud cover in NE behind low temperature

GUWAHATI, Nov 12 � Cloud cover over almost all areas of the NE region resulted in the drop in its day temperature, also called maximum temperature. The Borjhar airport in the city today recorded a day temperature of 21.1 degree Celsius, against its normal day temperature of 28 degree Celsius for the month of November. The situation is expected to last for one or two days hence, said H Pathak, Deputy Director General of Meteorology (DDGM) of the Regional Meteorology Centre (RMC) here.

This is due to the westerly trough, which has been seen running from Nepal to Bangladesh between 1.5 km and 3.1 km above the mean sea level since yesterday. Earlier, easterly and north easterly winds were blowing in the lower atmospheric level leading to fair weather.

Today, in association with the trough, a cyclonic circulation was also observed extending up to .9 km above the mean sea level over Meghalaya and its neighbourhood.

The minimum temperature recorded by the city today at Borjhar airport was 16.6 degree Celsius, against its normal of 17 degree Celsius. From November 8 till yesterday, the city recorded a maximum temperature ranging between 29 degree Celsius and 30 degree Celsius, against its normal of 28 degree Celsius. The minimum temperature recorded by the city during this period was 15 degree Celsius, Pathak said.

He further informed that there is a possibility of light rain over one or two places of the NE region during the next 24 hours.

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