The Weather Forecasting Division of Nepal has said the Phailin cyclone, that started from the Bay of Bengal, has impacted Nepal as well.
The impact will cause heavy rains in the eastern and mid-Terai region of Nepal and sporadic rains in Kathmandu valley, said Senior Weather Expert Bidyaratna Shakya.
At 140 mph wind speed, Phailin cyclone is the strongest cyclone India has seen in years. Thousands have been displaced because of the cyclone, and seven people have been confirmed dead in Odisa state on Sunday because of the cyclone.
Shakya said the impact will remain in Nepal for three to four days, but there will be less effect in the western region.
Monsoon usually ends in Nepal by mid-September. However, this year rain will remain in Nepal's atmosphere until the impact of the cyclone continues.