Thursday 18th July 2024

Weather expected to get better from Thursday onward.

Published on : 29 June, 2022 3:18 pm

Kathmandu: Most of the country is currently experiencing medium to heavy rainfall as a result of the Monsoon’s increased “activity” since Tuesday night. The claim is generally accurate for a few districts in the provinces of Gandaki, Lumbini, and Karnali. The Sudur Pashchim Province is also experiencing significant rainfall in some areas, which has led to flash floods and inundation.

Water levels in the Kankai, Kamala, Bagmati, Rapti East, Tinau, Rapti West, Babai, and Narayani Rivers as well as in Seti, Kaligandaki, and Madi are expected to rise significantly, increasing the risk of flash floods in the nearby areas, according to the Flood Forecasting Division of the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology.

Similarly, according to the Meteorological Forecasting Division, today will be mostly cloudy across the nation with a probability of light to moderate rain as well as thunder and lightning. In some areas of Province 1, Madhes Province, Bagmati Province, Gandaki Province, and Lumbini Province, as well as a few locations in Karnali Province and Sudur Pashchim Province, there is also a potential of experiencing significant rainfall.

There will also be significant rainfall in a few places of Province 1, Madesh Province, Bagmati Province, Gandaki Province, and Lumbini Province.

These weather conditions will be present tonight in a few sections of the provinces of Gandaki and Lumbini as well as at least two regions of the provinces of Madesh, Bagmati, and Sudur Pashchim.

The monsoon low pressure line has caused severe rainfall across Nepal’s southern belt toward the north, putting the terai plains in particular at great risk.

In one or two areas of Province 1, including the provinces of Bagmati, Gandaki, Lumbini, and Sudur Pashchim, there is a potential of heavy rain tomorrow.

But from Thursday night, the prevailing “aggressive” weather is supposed to become less intense.

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