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Monsoon to be delayed by some days

Monsoon to be delayed by some days

KATHMANDU: The Meteorological Forecasting Division has mentioned the monsoon will shortly start inside just a few days as all ‘beneficial circumstances’ are lively to convey monsoon into the nation. The monsoon usually begins from June 10 in Nepal and withdraws on September 23 as per the analysis of the MFD in over 30 years.

But this has been delayed by some days this 12 months. Meteorologist Bibhuti Pokharel of MFD mentioned the monsoon system is travelling from the northern a part of the Bay of Bengal in India and can enter the nation inside just a few days by Darjeeling.

“It will take a few extra days for the lively monsoon trough to unfold throughout the nation,” Pokharel mentioned. She added that beneficial circumstances for monsoon like formation of excessive and low stress space and east-west trough had began forming.

Monsoon lasts for a mean of 105 days within the nation and is liable for a mean of 80 per cent of whole annual rainfall.

The MFD has additionally forecast some pre-monsoon rain in Surkhet of Karnali Province, some locations of Province 5, Gandaki Province and Bagmati Province.

A model of this text seems in e-paper on June 11, 2020, of The Himalayan Times.



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