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Weather turning normal as monsoon trough shifts to India

Himalayan News Service

Kathmandu, August 14

With the shifting of Monsoon trough line to Patna and West Bangal areas of India from eastern Nepal, the weather is becoming normal across eastern Nepal and a few parts of the central region as well from today.

According to Meteorological Forecasting Division, the monsoon trough in the Churiya range shifted to India today afternoon. Similarly, in the central region, the monsoon trough line shifted to the Tarai area from the Churiya range whereas in the western region the monsoon trough remains in the Churiya range.

“With the shifting of monsoon trough line the weather is gradually becoming normal from the eastern to the western region. The weather will become fully normal throughout the country from tomorrow evening,” meteorologist at the MFD Suvash Rimal told THT. He said there will be only normal and occasional rainfall from tomorrow onwards.

According to Flood Forecasting Section of Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, since monsoon has gradually weakened in the eastern region as well as other parts of the country there won’t be any river crossing the danger level.

Though the weather is becoming normal with light to moderate rainfall in and around the central and western parts of the country, the Flood Forecasting Section issued an alert for Bagmati, Riu Khola, East Rapti, Babai and West Rapti rivers until tomorrow morning.

MFD has forecast generally cloudy weather throughout the country and possibility of light to moderate rainfall at a few places in the country tomorrow.

 


A version of this article appears in print on August 15, 2017 of The Himalayan Times.


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