Kohima: After mild rainfalls in Nagaland for the last two days including this morning, which was predicted by the Nagaland State Disaster Management Authority (NSDMA) under the state Home department said that the weather would be good and fair with sunshine from Friday next in some parts of the state.
Easterly winds were blowing over entire Northeast India including Nagaland. Remnants of western disturbance and humid winds from the Bay of Bengal will initiate the weather activities over Northeast India, NSDMA said in a statement.
However, the weather would start clearing up on January 14. It said that light isolated rains could continue over southern districts such as Phek, Kohima, Dimapur, Kiphire and Peren.
It said that due to rain activities and cloud cover, the minimum temperature of the state could increase by 2 to 3 degrees and the day temperatures might drop marginally.
The minimum temperature in Kohima has been recorded at 6 degrees Celsius, while the maximum was recorded at 11 degrees Celsius.
The NSDMA urged the public to exercise caution to avoid any eventualities during the period. It also requested all the District Disaster Management Agencies and other line departments, who are responsible to attend to any emergencies caused by natural calamities, to be on alert to save lives and properties during the Weather changing period.