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Heavy rainfall likely in Koshi and Gandaki Provinces


18 August 2023  

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KATHMANDU: The likelihood of heavy rainfall continues for the next few days across the country, as the Monsoon Trough axis has now positioned itself close to the northern region of the nation.

According to the Meteorological Forecasting Division, Koshi, Madhes, Bagmati, and Gandaki Provinces are presently experiencing generally cloudy weather, with partly to generally cloudy conditions prevailing in the rest of the country.

Currently, there are isolated instances of light rainfall in certain areas of Gandaki and Bagmati Provinces.

The weather is expected to remain partly to generally cloudy across the nation during this afternoon.

Likewise, there is a potential for light to moderate rain, accompanied by thunder and lightning, in select locations within the hilly regions, as well as a few places in other parts of the country.

Notably, heavy rainfall, accompanied by thunder and lightning, is anticipated in one or two areas of Gandaki Province.

Furthermore, the forecast predicts light to moderate rain, coupled with thunder and lightning, in specific hilly areas of Koshi, Bagmati, and Gandaki Provinces, along with a few places across the rest of the country tonight.

The Division has also highlighted the possibility of heavy rainfall, accompanied by thunder and lightning, in one or two places within the Koshi and Gandaki Provinces.

Publish Date : 18 August 2023 12:35 PM

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