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�Night temp in NE soaring due to slow nocturnal release of excess day temp�

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GUWAHATI, July 20 - Along with the rise in the day temperature, the night temperature in the Northeast is also soaring, which has added to the misery of the people. Sources in the Borjhar-based Regional Meteorology Centre (RMC) here attributed this to the slowing down of the Earth surface�s process of nocturnal release of the excess day temperature.

The RMC sources also attributed the rainless condition in the Northeast to a well-marked low pressure area over the northwest Bay of Bengal and its adjoining West Bengal and Odisha coasts, with an associated cyclonic circulation extending up to 7.6 km above the mean sea level.

The cyclonic circulation is also tilting southwestward and attaining more height, adding to the weather-related problems here, the sources said.

Guwahati today recorded a maximum (day) temperature of 38 degrees Celsius � which was 6 degrees above normal for the period. The minimum (night) temperature recorded in the city today was 27.2 degrees Celsius � which was 1.6 degrees above normal.

Dibrugarh today recorded a day temperature of 37.2 degrees Celsius (5.8 degrees above normal), and a night temperature of 26.9 degrees (2.2 degrees above normal). Tezpur recorded a day temperature of 36.9 degrees Celsius (5 degrees above normal) and a night temperature of 29.4 degrees Celsius (4.1 degrees above normal).

Silchar recorded a day temperature of 38.4 degrees Celsius (6.6 degrees above normal) and a night temperature of 26.2 degrees Celsius (1.4 degrees above normal). North Lakhimpur saw a day temperature of 38 degrees Celsius (6.6 degrees above normal) and a night temperature of 27 degrees Celsius (2.4 degrees above normal).

Pasighat recorded a day temperature of 38.4 degrees Celsius (7.7 degrees above normal) and a night temperature of 27 degrees Celsius (3.2 degrees above normal).

Shillong recorded a day temperature of 29.1 degrees Celsius and a night temperature of 20 degrees Celsius, while Agartala recorded a day temperature of 36.5 degrees Celsius and a night temperature of 29.7 degrees Celsius.

Imphal recorded a day temperature of 30.5 degrees Celsius and a night temperature of 23 degrees Celsius. Kohima recorded a day temperature of 31.4 degrees Celsius and a night temperature of 19.5 degrees Celsius, while Aizawl recorded a day temperature of 30.9 degrees Celsius and a night temperature of 13.9 degrees Celsius, said the RMC sources.

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�Night temp in NE soaring due to slow nocturnal release of excess day temp�

GUWAHATI, July 20 - Along with the rise in the day temperature, the night temperature in the Northeast is also soaring, which has added to the misery of the people. Sources in the Borjhar-based Regional Meteorology Centre (RMC) here attributed this to the slowing down of the Earth surface�s process of nocturnal release of the excess day temperature.

The RMC sources also attributed the rainless condition in the Northeast to a well-marked low pressure area over the northwest Bay of Bengal and its adjoining West Bengal and Odisha coasts, with an associated cyclonic circulation extending up to 7.6 km above the mean sea level.

The cyclonic circulation is also tilting southwestward and attaining more height, adding to the weather-related problems here, the sources said.

Guwahati today recorded a maximum (day) temperature of 38 degrees Celsius � which was 6 degrees above normal for the period. The minimum (night) temperature recorded in the city today was 27.2 degrees Celsius � which was 1.6 degrees above normal.

Dibrugarh today recorded a day temperature of 37.2 degrees Celsius (5.8 degrees above normal), and a night temperature of 26.9 degrees (2.2 degrees above normal). Tezpur recorded a day temperature of 36.9 degrees Celsius (5 degrees above normal) and a night temperature of 29.4 degrees Celsius (4.1 degrees above normal).

Silchar recorded a day temperature of 38.4 degrees Celsius (6.6 degrees above normal) and a night temperature of 26.2 degrees Celsius (1.4 degrees above normal). North Lakhimpur saw a day temperature of 38 degrees Celsius (6.6 degrees above normal) and a night temperature of 27 degrees Celsius (2.4 degrees above normal).

Pasighat recorded a day temperature of 38.4 degrees Celsius (7.7 degrees above normal) and a night temperature of 27 degrees Celsius (3.2 degrees above normal).

Shillong recorded a day temperature of 29.1 degrees Celsius and a night temperature of 20 degrees Celsius, while Agartala recorded a day temperature of 36.5 degrees Celsius and a night temperature of 29.7 degrees Celsius.

Imphal recorded a day temperature of 30.5 degrees Celsius and a night temperature of 23 degrees Celsius. Kohima recorded a day temperature of 31.4 degrees Celsius and a night temperature of 19.5 degrees Celsius, while Aizawl recorded a day temperature of 30.9 degrees Celsius and a night temperature of 13.9 degrees Celsius, said the RMC sources.

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