Nepal | January 18, 2021

Partly cloudy weather for next three days

Rastriya Samachar Samiti
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The weather will be partly to generally cloudy in most places of the country for three more days due to the influence of local winds, the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology said.

It will be partly to generally cloudy with chances of light rain in some places of Province 1 and 2, Bagmati Province and Gandaki province till Thursday.

The weather became fair throughout the country yesterday and it was sunny pushing the mercury up.

Henceforth, the maximum temperature towards the afternoon will fall due to the influence of the local wind, and it will be cold.

Meteorologist Pratibha Manandhar said that there was no possibility of heavy rainfall occurring immediately.

She said no significant weather system causing rainfall has developed as yet anywhere in the country.

Kathmandu Valley recorded maximum temperature at 23.7 degrees Celsius yesterday while it was 21.8 degrees Celsius today.

At present, the weather is partly cloudy in the hilly region of the country. It will be partly to generally cloudy in the afternoon in Province 1, 2, and Bagmati and Gandaki provinces with chances of light rain in some places. There is possibility of dense fog occurring in the Tarai region.

The Meteorological Forecasting Division stated that the minimum temperature in Kathmandu Valley was 3.9 degrees Celsius today. Similarly, the lowest minimum temperature of minus 3.6 degrees Celsius was recorded in Jumla and the highest minimum temperature was recorded at 13.6 degrees Celsius in Simara today.


A version of this article appears in print on January 13, 2020 of The Himalayan Times.

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