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Heavy rain in Eastern Nepal from today,says the weather forecast


KATHMANDU:- The ongoing heavy rains in Nepal will have more impact on Eastern Nepal from today. The rains will continue for a few more days and will gradually shift from west to east, according to the Weather Forecast Division. The weather forecast department has mentioned that it will rain in different parts of the country till Friday.

According to the Division, heavy rain is expected in Eastern Nepal on Wednesday. Heavy rains had lashed western Nepal since Sunday. Today the rain has shifted to eastern Nepal. However, light to moderate rains are still prevailing in the west, according to the Weather Forecast Division.

It is likely to rain in many places in Provinces 1, 2, Bagmati, and Gandaki and some other places in other provinces on Wednesday. Out of which, heavy rain is also expected in some places of Province 1, Province 2, Bagmati and Gandaki.

There will be light to moderate snowfall in some parts of the central and eastern high hills and mountains of the country. There is a possibility of light snowfall in the western high hills and mountainous areas as well.

The Meteorological Department has also warned to take necessary precaution as there is a possibility of flood in the place where there is heavy rain.

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