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GUWAHATI, Aug 3 - For the past couple of days, rainfall activities in the northeastern region have come to an abrupt halt leading to the gradual rise in the day temperature. The situation is expected to prevail till day after tomorrow, said sources in the Borjhar-based Regional Meteorology Centre (RMC) this evening.

In the region, only Dhubri (2.1 mm), Gossaigaon (10.7 mm), Tikrikilla (1.4 mm), William Nagar (8.2 mm), Baghmara (1 mm), Tawang (AWS 3 mm), Tuting (8.6 mm), Chayangata (1 mm), Jharnapani (0.4 mm), Chandel (1.0 mm), Saiha (52 mm), Agartala (0.2 mm) and AB Nagar (7.1 mm) reported rainfall activities today, sources said.

Guwahati today recorded a day temperature of 38.2 degree Celsius, which is 6 degree Celsius above its normal for the period in this respect. North Lakhimpur today recorded a day temperature of 37.7 degree Celsius, which is 7 degree Celsius above its normal for the period in this respect. Similarly, Dibrugarh recorded a day temperature of 37.5 degree Celsius (6 degree Celsius above its normal), Tezpur recorded a day temperature of 36.8 degree Celsius (5 degree Celsius above normal), Silchar recorded a day temperature of 38.3 degree Celsius (6 degree Celsius above normal), Dhubri recorded a day temperature of 33. 5 degree Celsius (3 degree Celsius above normal), Imphal recorded a day temperature of 31.4 degree Celsius (2 degree Celsius above normal), Shillong recorded a day temperature of 27.8 degree Celsius (4 degree Celsius above normal).

Though Itanagar recorded a day temperature of 38.6 degree Celsius and Kohima recorded a day temperature of 28.2 degree Celsius, their respective normal day temperatures are not available to asses the departure, sources said.

The present situation is the result of the low pressure area, which is lying over the northwest Bay of Bengal and its adjoining coastal Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal. This system is attracting the flow of the wind towards it and hence there is less moisture incursion towards the northeastern region, sources said, explaining the cause of the sudden halt in the rainfall activities over the region.

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Heat condition to continue

GUWAHATI, Aug 3 - For the past couple of days, rainfall activities in the northeastern region have come to an abrupt halt leading to the gradual rise in the day temperature. The situation is expected to prevail till day after tomorrow, said sources in the Borjhar-based Regional Meteorology Centre (RMC) this evening.

In the region, only Dhubri (2.1 mm), Gossaigaon (10.7 mm), Tikrikilla (1.4 mm), William Nagar (8.2 mm), Baghmara (1 mm), Tawang (AWS 3 mm), Tuting (8.6 mm), Chayangata (1 mm), Jharnapani (0.4 mm), Chandel (1.0 mm), Saiha (52 mm), Agartala (0.2 mm) and AB Nagar (7.1 mm) reported rainfall activities today, sources said.

Guwahati today recorded a day temperature of 38.2 degree Celsius, which is 6 degree Celsius above its normal for the period in this respect. North Lakhimpur today recorded a day temperature of 37.7 degree Celsius, which is 7 degree Celsius above its normal for the period in this respect. Similarly, Dibrugarh recorded a day temperature of 37.5 degree Celsius (6 degree Celsius above its normal), Tezpur recorded a day temperature of 36.8 degree Celsius (5 degree Celsius above normal), Silchar recorded a day temperature of 38.3 degree Celsius (6 degree Celsius above normal), Dhubri recorded a day temperature of 33. 5 degree Celsius (3 degree Celsius above normal), Imphal recorded a day temperature of 31.4 degree Celsius (2 degree Celsius above normal), Shillong recorded a day temperature of 27.8 degree Celsius (4 degree Celsius above normal).

Though Itanagar recorded a day temperature of 38.6 degree Celsius and Kohima recorded a day temperature of 28.2 degree Celsius, their respective normal day temperatures are not available to asses the departure, sources said.

The present situation is the result of the low pressure area, which is lying over the northwest Bay of Bengal and its adjoining coastal Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal. This system is attracting the flow of the wind towards it and hence there is less moisture incursion towards the northeastern region, sources said, explaining the cause of the sudden halt in the rainfall activities over the region.

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