Nepal | January 17, 2021

Westerly wind to bring rainfall till Wednesday across nation

Rastriya Samachar Samiti
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KATHMANDU: Weather across the country will remain partly to generally cloudy with light rainfall occurring at most places for the next three days.

Meteorologist Samir Shrestha shared that there are chances of cloudy weather with light rainfall in many places of the country until Wednesday due to the impact of the westerly wind.

“There is no possibility of heavy rainfall and little possibility of sunny days till Wednesday,” he said.

This weather system will start weakening from Wednesday.

Photo Courtesy: Nepal Weather Forecast/ Twitter/Meteorological Forecasting Division, Department of Hydrology and Meteorology

Kathmandu saw light rain early today morning. Similarly, light snowfall took place in high hilly and mountainous districts.

The weather is generally cloudy throughout the country at present and will remain so until afternoon with light to moderate snowfall taking place in the high hilly and mountainous districts.

Likewise, there is chances of light rain in most places of Sudurpaschim, Karnali, Gandaki, Bagmati Provinces and Province 1.

As per the latest weather bulletin shared by Meteorological Forecasting Division, the minimum temperature of Kathmandu Valley was 9.5 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature was 20.5 degrees Celsius.

The Division recorded the lowest minimum temperature in Jiri at minus 0.6 degrees Celsius and highest minimum temperature in Dharan at 13.8 degrees Celsius today.


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