Kathmandu, Feb. 4: The weather is anticipated to change in various locations across Nepal, leading to rainfall and snowfall on Sunday.
The Meteorological Forecasting Division has issued a special bulletin providing information on precipitation and snowfall in different regions. The bulletin emphasizes the need for caution due to the anticipated increase in intensity.
According to meteorologist Govinda Jha from the Meteorological Forecasting Division, on Sunday, snowfall is expected in the Himalayan and high mountainous regions of Sudurpashchim, Karnali, Gandaki, Bagmati, and Koshi provinces.
The hilly regions of Sudurpashchim, Karnali, Lumbini, Gandaki, Bagmati, and Koshi provinces are likely to experience rainfall. However, minimal impact is expected in the Terai and eastern Tarai districts.
“When observing the nature of the current system, similar conditions to the rainfall and snowfall that occurred last Thursday are likely, but it will be more intense in the Terai and Madhes regions,” says the meteorologist division.
Currently, Nepal is under the influence of a western disturbance. The precipitation system is situated within the western region, which entered on Saturday. It is expected to expand and intensify, leading to increased rainfall and snowfall.
This effect will be visible until Monday. Starting from Monday evening, the weather is expected to gradually improve, as stated by the meteorologist in the information provided.
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