Dimapur, June 20: North East India region including Nagaland is likely to record deficient rainfall this year. Weather models are indicating that the region is likely to have deficient rainfall by 10% to 15%.
According to Nagaland State Disaster Management Authority (NSDMA) weather pattern analysis and forecast, Nagaland records an average rainfall to the tune of 400 mm in the month of June. The rainfall over Nagaland depends upon on the monsoon systems forming in Bay of Bengal.
As per the NSDMA weather analysis, the following weather conditions are likely from June 20 to 24 in the State. Districts like Peren, Kohima, Longleng and Tuensang will likely have heavy rainfall at isolated places, while Wokha, Phek and Tuensang will most likely receive heavy rainfall at isolated places on June 23. Districts like Zunheboto, Mokokchung, Longleng, Tuensang and Kiphire will receive heavy rainfall at isolated places on June 24.
(Page News Service)