Cyclone Roanu struck the Bangladesh coast by Saturday afternoon, weakening thereafter killing at least 24 people and forcing hundreds of thousands more to flee their homes. Heavy to very heavy showers along with squally winds are likely over Lower Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura during next 24 hours.
Authorities evacuated more than 500,000 people to shelters before the cyclone hit with winds of up to 88 kilometres (54 miles) per hour.
According to a report in Accuweather, North-Eastern India and Bangladesh will remain at risk for life-threatening flooding and landslides from the deadly Cyclone Roanu.
According to the Regional Meteorological Centre. West Bengal is set to receive heavy to very heavy rainfall from Friday. An alert has been issued.
The Odissa government has also issued a cyclone alert in at least 12 districts of Odissa, asking officials to be prepared for eventualities, The Indian Express reported.
Meanwhile, the threat to coastal Andhra Pradesh from the cyclone appears to have receded, NDTV reported.