Due to the effect of the monsoon wind, light to moderate rainfall is occurring in some areas of Province No. 1, Bagmati province, Gandaki province, and Lumbini province, according to the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, Meteorological Forecasting Division.
The impact of the monsoon breeze is observed throughout the country, according to the meteorological bulletin provided by the Division for the next three days, and it will be mainly to entirely gloomy in the afternoon today.
Heavy rain with thunder and lightning is also possible in certain parts of Province No. 1, Province No. 2, Bagmati province, Lumbini province, and Gandaki province, as well as extremely heavy rain in one or two parts of Bagmati province, Gandaki province, and Lumbini province.
At night, heavy rain, thunder, and lightning are expected in a few areas of Lumbini, Sudurpaschim, and Bagmati provinces.
On Friday, the weather will be mostly cloudy to totally cloudy across the country, with the possibility of light to moderate rain in several areas.
Heavy rain with thunder and lightning is possible in a few areas in Province No. 1, Bagmati province, Gandaki province, and Sudurpaschim province, as well as considerable heavy rain in one or two places in Sudurpaschim province.
Since last night, the Kathmandu Valley has been drenched. The city of Kathmandu received 16 mm of rain.
Ghorahi experienced the most rainfall, with 136 millimetres, followed by Taplejung with 58 millimetres, Dhankuta with 50 millimetres, and Pokhara with 46 millimetres, according to the Division’s meteorological update.
In the previous 24 hours, the Kathmandu Valley experienced a maximum temperature of 29.5 degrees Celsius and a low temperature of 21.2 degrees Celsius.