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Impact of ‘Nisarga’ cyclone in Nepal too

Reporter National

Kathmandu: Meteorologists have suggested to take precaution saying that heavy rain is likely in some parts of the country on Friday and Saturday.

Although the cyclone in the Arabian Sea is weakening in nature, it will affect Nepal when it reaches Nepal, so there is a possibility of light to moderate rain in many parts, according to the Meteorological Department. Meteorologist of the Division Varun Poudel has urged to take precaution saying that there is a risk of heavy rain, flood and landslide in some parts of Bagmati and Gandaki.

He also predicts snowfall in the high Himalayan region. He informed that the weather has changed across the country due to the influence of local and westerly winds along with the natural cyclone and it is raining in some places in the far west, Karnali, Gandaki and five states.

According to meteorologist Poudel, the weather in many parts of the country will not be fully open even today but the weather on Friday and Saturday will be worse. There is estimation that the weather will be clear from Saturday evening.