Kathmandu Records Lowest Minimum Temperature So Far This Year

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The minimum temperature in the Kathmandu Valley has dropped to 3.2 degrees Celsius today, making the lowest recorded temperature till date this year.

Meteorologist at the Meteorological Forecasting Division, Saroj Pudasaini, said the temperature of Kathmandu valley has been recorded 3.2 degrees Celsius today.

The visibility in Kathmandu Valley has also decreased and it was 3,000 meters.

With the decline in minimum temperature, Kathmandu folks have experienced chilling cold today.

Similarly, Tarai area of the country is witnessing thick fog, affecting normal life there.

As per the weather data recorded on Sunday, Jumla recorded minus 5.6 degrees Celsius, Jomsom minus five degrees Celsius, and Jiri of Dolakha 1.0 degree Celsius.

There is possibility of light snowfall at one or two places of high-hilly areas and mountainous areas of Koshi and Gandaki Provinces in the next 24 hours, according to the Division.

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