The weather condition in the Kathmandu Valley and other parts of the country that witnessed slight rainfall and severe cold is likely improve from Sunday.
The normal life across the country has been affected due to the freezing cold followed by slight rainfall in different districts since Thursday.
The effect of the westerly wind from the Mediterranean Sea and from the Arabian Sea resulted in slight rainfall and biting cold in the valley and other parts of the country for last few days reports RSS.
However, the cloudy sky would come to the normal condition tonight and weather condition would improve by Monday, told weather expert Barun Poudel at the Meteorological Forecasting Division.
The sky in the hilly region would be partially clouded on Sunday while snowfall is expected in the western mountains on Sunday.
THT online reports that the far-western regions have received heights rainfall in five years. The normal life has been affected as mercury went down along with the prevalence of fog and mist, and rainfall which started on Thursday showed no sign of abating.
According to a met official at Attariya, Kailali, 81.7 ml rainfall has been recorded in the far western region after December 16, which is the highest winter rainfall recorded so far in five years.
Farmers have expressed their concerns over the rainfall as an excessive precipitation and cold would affect their wheat and vegetable cultivation.