The Kathmandu Valley has experienced more chill with cloudy sky Wednesday morning following the rainfall starting Tuesday night due to the westerly wind that entered the country from the western region.
The Valley has so far received 8.1 mm of rainfall and there will be more precipitation in next 24 hours in the hilly and mountain regions , predicted the Meteorological Forecasting Division.
Senior Meteorologist Rajendra Shrestha described rainfall towards the end of winter as a natural phenomenon and said the rainfall may intermittently continue for some time now.
There is also possibility of snowfall on high hills in the regions during this period. With the rain, the temperature in the capital has sharply plummeted Wednesday morning. On Tuesday, the Valley´s maximum temperature was recorded at 25.7 degrees Celsius.