Humla, Jan. 7: The snowfall that has occurred since last Sunday night has increasingly affected normal life in Himalayan district, Humla.
With the district temperature reaching below minus 15, the locals are feeling trouble to come outside of their homes.
As the snowfall continues, district headquarters, Simkot, has seen a feet snow while villages in the north from Simkot witnessed two-foot snow.
The continuous snowfall caused fall of mercury in northern belt of the district, including Limi, Muchu, Khagalgaun, Syanda, Hepka and Bargaun.
The snowfall has also caused disruption of regular transport operation in the district. RSS
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