Valley’s temperature dips to 4 degrees Celsius

14, Dec 2020 | nepaltraveller.com

Meteorologists predict that this winter minimum temperature will plummet to zero degrees Celsius.

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KATHMANDU

The temperature in the Kathmandu Valley plummeted to 4 degrees Celsius today and this is the lowest temperature that the Valley experienced so far this year, according to the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology.

On Sunday, the Valley’s minimum temperature was measured at 4.5 degrees Celsius. Meteorologist Nirajan Sapkota said the temperature is falling across the country as winter has already set in. If it is mostly cloudy, the maximum temperature will rise as the cloud functions as a blanket, if no cloud or clear weather, the minimum temperature will fall and we experience cold.

Meteorologists predict that this winter minimum temperature will plummet to zero degrees Celsius. They said there will be clear weather for the next couple of days. Despite sunshine at day time, it will be chilly in the morning and evening. Presently, the weather is partly cloudy in the hilly region of the country. There will be partially cloudy in the hilly parts of Province 1 this afternoon and generally fair in the rest of the country.

The updates from the Meteorological Forecasting Division state that the Kathmandu Valley’s maximum temperature was measured at 21.6 degrees Celsius. Similarly, Jumla reports the lowest -6.5 degrees Celsius and Biratnagar witnessed the highest minimum temperature of 13.5 degrees Celsius. 

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