Nepal is predicted to experience rains for three more days as monsoon winds continue to prevail in the country. The meteorology department stated this observation.
Prativa Manandhar, a meteorologist, predicted that the season would remain in the landlocked nation for the next three days. Prativa said that this was because of the low-pressure belts which are in the south of Nepal and north-west of Bay of Bengal sea.
Prativa stated that the rainfalls would range from light to moderate showers in most of the country. In Gandaki province, the sky is partially cloudy while other provinces are generally cloudy.
Bagmati and Gandaki are experiencing light rainfalls in their respective provinces. The weather will generally be cloudy across Nepal in afternoons.
The department also stated that heavy rainfall will accompanied with thunders in a couple of places in Lumbini and Sudurpaschim.
The Meteorological Forecasting Division stated that the minimum temperature of Kathmandu was 21.1 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature was 28.2 degree Celsius.