Kathmandu, July 12: The Meteorological Forecasting Division, Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, has forecast rain for the consecutive three days across the country as monsoon remains highly active.
In its special bulletin today, the Division has predicted rain in most parts of the country for the next three days. Rain has been experienced throughout the country since this morning.
The Division has issued a warning notice for the next 24 hours, showing the possibility of heavy rain at some places of eastern and central region and chances of extremely heavy rain at few places of the eastern Terai region and the mid hilly districts.
According to the Division latest updates, Kathmandu experienced 51 mm rainfall today while Simara recorded the highest 206 mm followed by Biratnagar ( 172 mm), Okhaldhunga ( 107 mm), Dhankuta ( 103 mm), Dadeldhura (27 mm), Bhairahawa ( 24 mm), Nepalgunj ( 12mm) and Dhangadhi 15 (mm).
People residing alongside rivers like the Bagmati, the Kamala, the Kankai and the Koshi are asked to stay on high alert following increasing water level due to rain.