Rainfall shifts to western Nepal

Published On: July 14, 2019 08:15 AM NPT By: Republica


KATHMANDU, July 14: Rainfall has shifted toward the western and mid-western plains of the country from Saturday, according to Min Kumar Aryal, a meteorologist at the Meteorological Forecasting Division.

“The rainfall has weakened in most parts of the eastern and central Nepal but it has shifted toward the mid-western and western Tarai,” he said.

The division recorded 311 milliliters of rainfall in Simara on Friday which is almost 40 percent of the total rainfall the district witnessed in a month.

Similarly, the Janakpur recorded a rainfall of 245 ml on Friday. However, the rainfall on Saturday was 115 ml and 283 ml in Simara and Janakpur respectively. Although the Kathmandu Valley recorded a rainfall of 115 ml, the valley suffered unprecedented inundation and flood in various parts on Friday.


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