The flood forecasting department has stated that the flow in Koshi River and its tributaries has increased significantly and will reach the alert level today.
The flow of Karnali, Mahakali, and its tributaries is expected to increase normally. The flow of Narayani and its tributaries are likely to be normal.
This is mentioned in the next 24-hour flood forecast bulletin issued by the department at 7 am on Wednesday.
According to the Weather Forecast Division of the Department of Water and Meteorology, the current monsoon low-pressure line is close to the Western Terai region of Nepal.
Therefore, there is a possibility of heavy rain in a few places in Province 1, Bagmati, Karnali, and Far Western Province on Wednesday, according to the Weather Forecast Division.
According to the flood forecast bulletin, Taplejung and Sankhuwasabha of Province 1, Saptari, Siraha, Dhanusha and Mahottari of Province 2, Dolakha of Lumbini Province, Sindhupalchok, Kathmandu, Rasuwa, Nuwakot, and Dhading are at moderate risk of floods.
Similarly, Lamjung, Baglung, and Parbat in Gandaki, Pyuthan, Gulmi, Rupandehi, Dang, Banke and Bardiya in Lumbini, Dailekh, and Surkhet in Karnali and Kailali, Kanchanpur, Doti and Dadeldhura in the far western region are also at moderate flood risk for the next 24 hours. Has stated.
The Division has requested the stakeholders to be vigilant in these districts.