Cyclone ‘Mocha’ loses intensity: Partial weather changes in Koshi, Karnali, and Sudurpaschim Provinces
Kathmandu, May 15. The Department of Hydrology and Meteorology has reported that Nepal has experienced general influences of westerly and local winds, but has not been affected by the powerful cyclone ‘Mocha’ originating from the Bay of Bengal.
The cyclone has entered the territory of Bangladesh and Myanmar and is gradually losing its intensity, according to the Division.
Partial to general changes are currently taking place in Koshi, Karnali and Sudurpaschim provinces, while remaining provinces have generally clear weather.
The weather forecasting bulletin published by the Division has predicted brief or light rain with thunderstorms and lightning in some areas of the mountainous belt of Koshi, Bagmati, Gandaki, Karnali and Sudurpaschim provinces, with partial to general changes in the mountainous region of the country.
According to the Division’s latest updates, the Kathmandu Valley yesterday experienced a minimum temperature of 14.2 degrees Celsius and had the maximum temperature of 30.9 degrees during the daytime.
Today, Jumla had the lowest temperature of 4.5 degrees Celsius, while Bhairahawa and Janakpur had the highest maximum temperature of 40.0 degrees Celsius.
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