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Guwahati Weather: For Next Seven Days, Maximum and Minimum Temperatures will hover around 28°C and 16°C

Guwahati Weather Forecast

Guwahati, March, 3: The northeastern states of India are witnessing a mix of weather patterns as a cyclonic circulation hovers above Assam and its vicinity. According to IMD, this atmospheric phenomenon, stationed approximately 1.5 kilometres above sea level, is influencing weather conditions across the region, with several areas experiencing rainfall while others remain dry.

According to the latest observations recorded at 0830 hours IST today, the cyclonic circulation lies over northeast Assam and neighbouring areas, extending up to 3.1 kilometres above mean sea level. This has resulted in a decrease in the prominence of the trough in westerly winds along longitude 92°E to the north of latitude 25°N.

The meteorological data highlights that Arunachal Pradesh has been receiving light to moderate rainfall in many places. Meanwhile, Assam has also seen similar precipitation but has remained isolated. In contrast, the states of Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura have reported dry weather conditions over the last 24 hours.

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Temperature fluctuations have been notable across the region. Meghalaya and Mizoram have experienced a significant drop in day temperatures, while Arunachal Pradesh’s temperatures have fallen appreciably. In terms of night temperatures, there has been a considerable rise in Nagaland and Manipur, with temperatures soaring above normal in Assam and Manipur. Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, and Tripura, on the other hand, have maintained normal night temperatures.

Weather Forecast for Northeast India:

As the Northeastern states of India brace for the coming days, the weather forecast anticipates a contrasting blend of light snowfall and rain across the region. Isolated areas in the higher reaches of Arunachal Pradesh are expected to witness light snowfall, while light to moderate rain is predicted to fall over several parts of Assam.

The rest of the Northeast, including Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura, is set to experience light rain, which may provide some respite from the dry spell. Over the next five days, residents should prepare for these conditions, which may affect travel and outdoor activities. It’s recommended to stay updated on weather advisories and plan accordingly for the mixed weather patterns that are forecasted.

Guwahati Weather Forecast:

In the city of Guwahati and its surrounding neighbourhoods, the next seven days are set to bring relatively stable weather conditions. The forecast indicates a persistent pattern of generally cloudy skies accompanied by haze for the initial two days, with maximum and minimum temperatures hovering around 28°C and 16°C, respectively.

As the week progresses, a gradual clearing is expected, with the sky becoming partly cloudy from day three onwards. Despite the slight increase in sunshine, haze will continue to be a feature of the weather. Concurrently, there will be a subtle rise in daytime temperatures, reaching up to 32°C, and a slight decrease in nighttime temperatures, dropping to 14°C by the end of the seven days.

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Residents and visitors can expect consistent weather with little variation, allowing for outdoor activities and plans to go ahead with minimal weather-related interruptions.

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Amid the forecasted weather patterns, caution is warranted for the Northeast region as the meteorological department issues a warning for the initial days. On day one (March 4), there is a high likelihood of thunderstorms accompanied by lightning striking isolated places over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, and Nagaland.

In addition, Arunachal Pradesh may experience heavy rainfall in certain locales. The same threat of thunderstorms and lightning persists into day two for Arunachal Pradesh. Residents in these areas are advised to take all necessary precautions, stay indoors if possible during the storms, and remain alert to the potential for severe weather conditions.

Moving into days three to five, the forecast does not indicate any severe weather warnings, allowing for some respite and recovery from the earlier tumultuous conditions.

As the region grapples with this mixed-weather scenario, residents in the areas experiencing rainfall are advised to be prepared for intermittent showers and potential travel disruptions. Those in drier states should remain vigilant to the possibility of increased fire hazards due to prolonged dry spells.

The Meteorological Department will continue to monitor the cyclonic circulation and provide updates as necessary. The public must stay informed on the latest weather advisories and take all necessary precautions to ensure safety and minimize the impact of these varied weather conditions.

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