Kathmandu, May 21 -- Cyclone Amphan, the strongest storm ever recorded in the Bay of Bengal, will leave disturbance in Nepal's weather at least until Friday, according to the country's weather office.

The Meteorological Forecasting Division, under the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, has said that the cyclone, which made landfall in West Bengal of India on Wednesday afternoon, hitting coastal areas, will have a general impact on Nepal's weather condition.

Min Kumar Aryal, a meteorologist at the weather office, told the Post that a partial and indirect impact of the cyclone would be witnessed in the central and eastern regions of the country in the form of rainfall and overcast conditions.

"The Wednesday night rainfall, which wa...