The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has recently issued a weather update, highlighting significant rainfall in the northeastern states of Assam & Meghalaya over the past 24 hours. These heavy to very heavy downpours have left an impact on several areas in the region. Here’s a summary of the notable rainfall figures recorded by IMD:
|Location||Rainfall (in cm)|
Among these areas, Khowang received the highest amount of rainfall, measuring a substantial 18 cm. Khonikar, Mohanbari, Fakiragram, and Kakopather also witnessed notable rainfall, with each of them recording 9 cm or more of rain in the past 24 hours.
This heavy rainfall is a significant meteorological event for the region, and it can have various implications, including the possibility of localized flooding, landslides, and disruptions to daily life and transportation. It’s crucial for residents and local authorities in these areas to stay informed about weather updates and take necessary precautions to ensure safety.
IMD plays a pivotal role in monitoring and forecasting weather events across India, providing valuable information to help individuals and communities prepare for and respond to changing weather conditions. This data on heavy rainfall in Assam & Meghalaya underscores the importance of IMD’s work in keeping the public informed and safe during such weather events.