Pretty much no one can tell you that. But no news is good news(at least temporarily) if you have TPS.
As per USCIS, TPS for Nepal will be valid for at least four more months even after the court decision to vacate TPS takes effect. However, Biden Administration is likely to extend it at least one more time.
In Case of Reversal
If the court reverses the preliminary injunction and that decision is final, the terminations of the TPS designations for Honduras and Nepal will take effect, unless the final court order places other limitations on the terminations.
If one or more of the termination decisions can take effect, DHS will allow for an orderly transition period ending the later of:
(a) 120 days from the issuance of any appellate mandate to the District Court; or
(b) to the extent the government requests the District Court to terminate the stay, 180 days after the District Court terminates the stay.
For legal reasons, the 120-day or 180-day transition period will not start automatically if there is a decision reversing the preliminary injunction. USCIS will inform TPS beneficiaries when the transition period will begin. The transition period will provide time for current TPS beneficiaries who do not have another lawful immigration status or authorization to remain in the United States to leave the United States, or they will be subject to removal.