With the exit of westerly low pressure system from Nepal, the weather has become clearer and country has experienced a rise in temperature including in Kathmandu Valley.
The maximum temperature of Kathmandu Valley on Saturday was recorded at 29.2 degree Celsius while it has been measured at 30.7 degree Celsius this noon, according to Meteorologist Raju Pradhananga.
He added, “The temperature will continue to soar up for few days. Currently, there is no possibility for a new weather pattern to develop, which is responsible for phenomena like reduction in temperature or causing rainfall.”
According to the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, the weather today has remained partly cloudy in the eastern part of the country while weather is clear in the rest of the part of the country.
The eastern parts of the country will be generally cloudy at noon while central and western parts of the country will be partly cloudy. The rest of the parts of the country will be clear.
On Tuesday, weather will be generally cloudy in the eastern part of the country while central and western areas of the country will be generally cloudy. The remaining parts of the county will witness a clear weather.
As per the latest statistic of the Department, Bhairahawa recorded the highest temperature at 39.4 degree Celsius followed by Dipayal at 36.5 degree Celsius.
Source: National News Agency