Valley temp to remain stable for some days
Jan 29, 2018-
The minimum temperature of Kathmandu Valley decreased to 2.3 degrees Celsius on Sunday, from 3.3 degrees Celsius the previous day.
Despite the decrease in the minimum temperature, the Weather Forecasting Division says, the Valley will not experience chilling cold.
“Though the minimum temperature has dipped weather will gradually warm up,” Meteorologist Raju Pradhananga said, adding that the minimum temperature would remain stable to 3 degrees Celsius in the next few days. The western Tarai belt was covered with thick fog on Sunday morning.
Earlier on January 7, the Valley experienced the coldest day in seven years with temperature dropping to zero degrees Celsius. Most of the places of the country had witnessed rainfall while hill and mountain areas experienced snowfall on January 24.
According to the division, Jumla recorded the lowest temperature of minus 5 degrees Celsius on Sunday, while Dipayal recorded the highest of 23 degrees Celsius.
Published: 29-01-2018 08:30