Low-pressure monsoon causing rainfall

RainfallKathmandu / Aug. 19: The effects of low-pressure monsoon has caused nationwide cloud and resulted in rainfall in some parts of the country today.

The Meteorological Forecast Division has said that the rainfall in the country’s central region is the result of the low pressure monsoon system. The low pressure monsoon circle has gradually weakened in Nepal and the development of the low pressure region has caused rainfall in the Kathmandu Valley and the surrounding districts, expert at the Division Barun Poudel said.

According to him, Nepal’s weather is the result of the impact of low pressure region near Orissa and north-west Bengal in India. Poudel added that the existing pattern of weather would continue till Sunday. Remaining parts of the country would experience rainfall this evening.

As per the latest update, Taplejung recorded the highest rainfall with 40 milliliters while Kathmandu has the lowest rainfall of just three milliliters. RSS

Related News

Comments are closed

TOP NEWSview all

19 injured on first day of Bisket Jatra

266 new cases of COVID-19; suspects entering Valley to undergo Antigen Tests

Nepal has to focus on exporting value-added products recommends EU Ambassador Deprez

Govt to provide Rs 4 lakh to wining Nepali football team

Health insurance reaches 77 districts




Positive Development Media Pvt. Ltd. / Regd. No: 232 / 073-74

Newbaneshwor
Kathmandu, Nepal

4479401


Editor : Mr. Divesh J.B. Rana Chairperson : Mr. Kishore Thapa


Counter:
Web Counter