Meteorological Forecasting Division Issues Heavy Rain Warning – The Himalayan Times – Nepal’s No. 1 English newspaper



Most places in the country are currently experiencing light to moderate rainfall due to the active effects of the monsoon wind and the existence of the monsoon depression system near the Tarai region, the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology of the Department of Meteorological Forecast said Friday.

The division has called for special precautions to be taken as heavy rains combined with thunder and lightning are possible in some places in Province No. 1, Province No. 2, Bagmati Province, Lumbini Province and Gandaki Province.

In the hilly region of these provinces there is a risk of landslides, soil erosion and mudslides. The department said water levels in the rivers, streams and seasonal streams could rise, which could affect daily life as well as transportation services.

The weather is currently generally cloudy to completely cloudy across the country. In many places in Province 1, Province 2 and Gandaki Province, there is moderate to heavy rain, while in some places in the remaining provinces light to moderate rain falls, the division said in its weather bulletin.

By afternoon it will be generally cloudy to completely cloudy across the country with chances of light to moderate rain in many locations in Province 1, Province 2, Bagmati Province, and Gandaki Province, as well as in some locations in Lumbini Province, and Karnali Province the province of Sudurpashim.

The same weather system continues tonight. It has been raining continuously in the Kathmandu Valley since this morning.

In Kathmandu today maximum temperatures of 24.4 degrees Celsius and a minimum of 19.4 degrees Celsius were measured. On Saturday, the weather in many locations in Province 1, Province 2, Bagmati, and Gandaki, as well as some locations in Lumbini, Karnali, and Sudurpaschim Provinces, is generally cloudy to completely cloudy with chances of light to moderate rainfall.

In Kathmandu, 40 millimeters of rain fell in the last 24 hours. Biratnagar recorded the highest rainfall (89.9 millimeters), Simara 62 millimeters and Bhairahawa 57 millimeters of rain in the last 24 hours.


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