KATHMANDU, Sept 29: There is a possibility of light to moderate rain in many parts of the country on Wednesday. Meteorologists at the Meteorological Forecasting Division (MFD) said even though there will be no heavy rainfall in the second half of the monsoon, light rainfall takes place from time to time.
KATHMANDU, Sept 28: According to the Meteorological Forecasting Division, there is a possibility of light to moderate rainfall with thunder and lightning in various places across the country on Tuesday.
KATHMANDU, Sept 6: The nightlong downpour on Sunday has left various roads inside the Kathmandu Valley waterlogged. The roadways around the Soltimode area, eastern areas of the Narayanhiti Palace and Annapurna Chowk have been submerged by last night’s rainfall.
KATHMANDU, August 27: The monsoon, which has been active for the past few days, is expected to weaken from Saturday. The effects of monsoon activity will be less as the low pressure line will move slightly down from tonight.
Kathmandu, July 25: Lack of proper drainage and incessant rain has left many parts of the Kathmandu valley waterlogged. Although the water levels in the rivers inside the valley are decreasing, settlements have been waterlogged due to the lack of proper drainage inside the Valley.
KATHMANDU, June 19: Meteorologists have said the monsoon that has become active for the past some days is not going to weaken immediately. A meteorologist at the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, Shanti Kandel said since the monsoon entered the country and became active from the very beginning this year, it is not likely to weaken very soon.
KATHMANDU, June 10: Monsoon is expected to enter Nepal from the east in a few days. The monsoon has already developed in the Bay of Bengal and it is heading towards Nepal, the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology said.
KATHMANDU, Oct 6: Monsoon will become active in the eastern and central regions of the country for some more days due to the influence of the low-pressure area in the Bay of Bengal, the Meteorological Forecasting Division said.
CHITWAN, Sept 24: The water level in the Narayani river has crossed the danger mark, following incessant rain for the last three days. It is estimated that the river level will rise further as the rain continues in areas of the origin of the river.
KATHMANDU, Aug 8: Monsoon is to be active again, triggering light or moderate rain in most parts of the country for the next two to three days. According to meteorologist Shanti Kandel, monsoon trough is likely to draw closer to the Tarai plains from tonight and cause precipitation.
KATHMANDU, July 26: Monsoon is to become active again from Monday. According to the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, monsoon trough is coming closer to Nepal's southern plains from Monday night, further triggering the monsoon effect.
Just between June and July this year, 89 people died and 278 families were affected by landslides around the country; 17 lost their lives after being hit by thunderbolt and 77 families were affected. Similarly, three died and 93 families were affected by floods. Just this week, 59 people died by landslides and two from flood, 137, 123 and 29 families were affected by landslides, heavy rainfall, and floods respectively associated with extreme events.
KATHMANDU, June 13: This year's monsoon has entered Nepal - two days later than the tentative time to arrive in the country. Monsoon this time made its entry from the eastern part of the country on the evening of June 12 and its activities are likely to be accelerated ahead.
KATHMANDU, June 10: Although the government has been reiterating its promise on adequate supply of chemical fertilizers during the rice transplantation season, the farmers this year too are likely to suffer from the perennial problem.
Monsoon is just at the doorstep. Few towns and cities are already submerged. The coming days are going to be more tough and cruel. This year we are in no different condition. The situation is rather worse. We have to prepare and fight multiple disasters, while we are already threatened by COVID-19 pandemic.
With the monsoon each year in South Asia comes the danger of floods. Communities in the Himalayan foothills brace for impact, with floods wiping away infrastructure, causing landslides, and resulting in loss of lives and livelihoods.
JUMLA, Oct 16: Winter doesn’t feel like winter to a local of Jumla Sampati Rawat, 70, anymore. Jumla’s weather has become hotter over the years, he says. “Neither is the monsoon as bothering as before, actually there is no downpour during the monsoon too,” he notes.
Nearly 70 people died due to a monsoon landslide in Myanmar’s Mon State. According to officials, the landslide took place when the mountain side of Ma-lat mountain collapsed due to heavy rainfall in Paung township in early hours of August 9. The remains of the collapse buried residents, houses and vehicles, reports said.
KATHMANDU, Aug 20: The monsoon has continued in the country as the eastern low pressure belt, ranging from north Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi to West Bengal of India and having the origin in the Bay of Bangladesh, is at the average point, according to the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology.
For so many reasons, the monsoons are lovely and welcome. But they can also be a touch troublesome in some ways. For instance, wooden furniture and fittings take a beating during the monsoons. They can get badly damaged and look unsightly if you don’t care for them. Wooden furniture and fittings take a beating during the monsoons. Follow these simple tips and ensure that your furniture and fittings stay in good shape during the rainy season.
Rains are beautiful and as they cleanse the polluted environment, they seem to also cleanse our souls. But the wooden furniture at home suffers the most during this season because wood and water are not too friendly. Here are five simple tips which will save your wooden furniture this monsoon:
KATHMANDU, Aug 5: Monsoon that had remained dormant for a few days has begun raging yet again from today. According to senior meteorologist Barun Poudel of the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, the monsoon trough has shifted towards north (Nepal), increasing a strong likelihood of a heavy rainfall across the country.
The rainy season brings about a plethora of infections and diseases that range from indigestion and skin irritations to fever and flu. While staying indoors and away from rain and human contact is the best way to prevent all of these conditions, that isn’t a practical solution. Here, Dr Saroj Ghimire, physician at Swastha Health Clinic, talks to The Week about how we can prevent and cure some health problems that are common this season.
DHADING, July 31: Scorching heat in a while and torrential rain the next moment. And amid this, there are eroded roads with huge potholes. Most of the roads in rural areas of Dhading become prone to accident as soon as the monsoon arrives.