Kathmandu: The country has witnessed rainfall due to the collective impacts of winds from the Bay of Bengal, the low-pressure belt shifting to the north from the middle of India and westerly wind.
Currently, the rainfall is occurring in most parts of the country, according to Weather Forecasting Division.
So far, some parts of Province-1 and Sudurpaschim Province witnessed heavy rainfall.
The westerly is now shifting to Nepal from India via Pakistan. As this wind moves slowly, it will affect Nepal for some more days, said meteorologist Manju Basi.
The Kathmandu Valley also recorded light rainfall. The morning fog was also witnessed today. The latest update by the Division stated that Dipayal recorded 166 ml rainfall, while Dadeldhura 155 ml, Ghorahi 133 ml, Bhairahawa 112 ml, Dhangadhi 90 ml and Pokhara 56 ml.
For the coming three days, the Division predicted that most parts of Province-1, Province-2, Lumbini Province, Karnali Province and Sudurpaschim Province and some parts of Bagmati and Gandaki provinces would see rainfall from light to moderate scale along with thunder and lightning. Similarly, the high hills and mountainous regions would have snowfall.
One to two places in Province-2, Lumbini Province and Karnali Province may witness heavy rainfall.
Kathmandu recorded the maximum temperature at 25 degree centigrade and minimum at 18 degree centigrade in the latest update.