Weather Expected to Improve with the Exit of Rain-Causing System   

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Weather Expected to Improve with the Exit of Rain-Causing System   

Mt Dhaulagiri seen in this recent picture. Photo Courtesy: RSS

October 21: The weather has improved throughout the country with the withdrawal of the rain-causing system from the eastern part of the country. Most of the areas across the country including Kathmandu Valley have witnessed sunny weather since the morning today (October 21).    
Senior meteorologist Barun Poudel said another weather system will not likely develop in four or five days from now. The combined influence of the low pressure system over Bihar of India and the westerly system had caused heavy rainfall from October 17 to 20.    
Although this rain-causing system has exited at present, its general influence is witnessed in Nepal.

"Such system leaves behind water vapour and moisture. That's why clouds are seen in some places and fog in some places. There are also chances of intermittent rain at some places," he said, adding that this will however not make big impact.    
The Department of Hydrology and Meteorology under the Meteorological Forecasting Division said the weather is partly to generally cloudy throughout the country with light rainfall taking place at one or two places of Province 1 and Bagmati Province. There is possibility of light rain at a few places of Province 1, Bagmati and Gandaki provinces, and at one or two places of the rest of the provinces.    
It will be partly to generally cloudy throughout the country tonight. There is possibility of light rain at few places of Province 1 and Gandaki Province, and at one or two places of the rest of the provinces.    
The unseasonal rainfall which occurred after the monsoon had withdrawn caused heavy loss of life and property in more than 20 different districts. It destroyed the physical infrastructures and also caused heavy damage to the paddy crop that was ready for harvest. -- RSS  

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