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SE Monsoon heralds rainy season in NE

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GUWAHATI, June 13 - The South West Monsoon has covered the entire northeastern region now and it has led to the beginning of the rainy season in the region since yesterday. Under its impact, Guwahati has been receiving a heavy rainfall and between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm today, it has received around 106 mm of rainfall. However, from the rest of the region, no report of such a high amount of rainfall has been received during this period.

Dibrugarh received 0.6 mm of rainfall during this period, while Tezpur received around 28 mm of rainfall, North Lakhimpur around 8 mm and Jorhat received 2 mm of rainfall. There was no rainfall in Dhubri, Agartala and Kohima during this period.

Sources in the Borjhar-based Regional Meteorology Centre (RMC) here this evening informed this newspaper that rainfall activities over the region will get reduced tomorrow. But such activities will resume again from the evening of June 15 and on June 18 and 19, the region is expected to receive heavy rainfall, sources said.

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SE Monsoon heralds rainy season in NE

GUWAHATI, June 13 - The South West Monsoon has covered the entire northeastern region now and it has led to the beginning of the rainy season in the region since yesterday. Under its impact, Guwahati has been receiving a heavy rainfall and between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm today, it has received around 106 mm of rainfall. However, from the rest of the region, no report of such a high amount of rainfall has been received during this period.

Dibrugarh received 0.6 mm of rainfall during this period, while Tezpur received around 28 mm of rainfall, North Lakhimpur around 8 mm and Jorhat received 2 mm of rainfall. There was no rainfall in Dhubri, Agartala and Kohima during this period.

Sources in the Borjhar-based Regional Meteorology Centre (RMC) here this evening informed this newspaper that rainfall activities over the region will get reduced tomorrow. But such activities will resume again from the evening of June 15 and on June 18 and 19, the region is expected to receive heavy rainfall, sources said.