Kathmandu Valley will see further decline in temperature: Meteorologist


KATHMANDU, Jan 6: The Kathmandu Valley is to see further decline in the temperature.

As the minimum temperature is going down, colder days are ahead, said a weather forecaster. For three days, the minimum temperature is standing at one degree centigrade. Today’s minimum temperature is recorded 1.6 degree centigrade.

Meteorologist Raju Pradhananga said as the night sky is clear in the Valley, the minimum temperature would remain stable for some days.

Similarly, the general public has faced hard times for cold wave in Terai region.

The Kathmandu Valley has not witnessed the minimum temperature of no less than minus three degree centigrade so far.
According to the Weather Forecasting Division, it was 11 January 1998 that saw -3.5 centigrade temperature in the Valley.
Last year’s January 14 recorded 0.4 centigrade as the minimum temperature.