Westerlies to remain for next three days
Kathmandu, February 15. The Department Of Hydrology and Meteorology in a bulletin announced that there is a possibility of light rainfall in most parts of Nepal for the next three days.
The Department also announced that the high hills and mountains in parts of the country are experiencing light to moderate snowfall. The westerlies are weak and don’t have enough moisture to cause heavy rainfall. A few areas on the hilly belt of Province 1 and Gandaki Province have observed light rainfall.
According to the latest observation of the Meteorological Forecasting Division updated today at 08:45 a.m., the minimum temperature in Kathmandu Valley is 7.8 Degrees and the maximum temperature is 22.6 Degrees.
The coldest minimum temperature recorded today was 1 degree in Jumla.
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