Kathmandu Valley records 33 degree Celsius

Kathmandu, May 30: The temperature across the country including the Kathmandu Valley has soared sharply, making normal life difficult in the districts of Terai.

Meteorologist at the Meteorological Forecasting Division Pratibha Manandhar said that the maximum temperature in the Kathmandu Valley reached 33 degrees Celsius on Thursday, marking a continued increase over the past few days.

The onset of the monsoon season is still expected in Nepal. While it has already reached India today, it is expected to take about a week to arrive. During this time, temperatures are likely to soar further.

Similarly, the temperatures reached 36.6 degree Celsius in Dipayal, 41 degree Celsius in Dhangadhi, 42.5 degree Celsius in Sadepani of Kailali, 41.2 degree Celsius in Nepalgunj, and 38.6 degree Celsius in Bhairahawa today.

Currently, Nepal is currently experiencing the combined effects of local winds, the Westerly wind, and the partial impact of a low-pressure system centred around Bihar, India.

According to the Meteorological Forecasting Division, at present there is partly to generally cloudy in Koshi Province along with the hilly regions of the country and partly cloudy to mainly fair in the rest of the country. (RSS)

– TRN

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