SRINAGAR: The Central Kashmir’s Srinagar district skilled hotter temperatures than Lucknow metropolis of Uttar Pradesh, leaving residents and meteorologists baffled.
“Right this moment’s most temperature in Lucknow recorded at 11.8°C was outstripped by Srinagar, the place the mercury soared to 12.4°C,” stated an unbiased climate forecaster in Kashmir.
This surprising climate phenomenon has sparked conversations in regards to the shifting local weather patterns in Kashmir, as winter historically blankets Srinagar in colder temperatures in comparison with the plains of Lucknow.
Notably, the Kashmir Valley is witnessing one of many longest dry spells within the winter. It’s been greater than 50 days of dry spell within the Valley, resulting in an enormous disappointment among the many vacationers visiting Kashmir. This has led vacationers and locals to discover different locations that are coated with snow.
In the meantime, the MeT has forecast for mild snow at remoted larger reaches on January 25 and light-weight rain and snow over scattered locations for subsequent two days in Jammu and Kashmir.
“Dry climate is prone to proceed until January 24 with usually cloudy on twentieth night,” the official stated.
On January 25, he stated, mild snow at remoted larger reaches was anticipated whereas from January 26-28, mild rain and snow was anticipated over scattered locations. “As per indications of various fashions, there’s risk of sunshine to reasonable rain/snow at many locations very doubtless from January 29-31,(Detailed data shall be shared in coming days),” he stated
The MeT division additionally forecast redevelopment of reasonable to dense fog and fall in day temperature over Jammu Division throughout subsequent three days.
Kashmir valley is below ‘Chillai-Kalan’, the 40-day harsh interval of winter, which is able to finish on January 29. Nevertheless it doesn’t imply an finish to the winter. It’s adopted by a 20-day-long interval referred to as ‘Chillai-Khurd’ that happens between January 30 and February 19 and a 10-day-long interval ‘Chillai-Bachha’ (child chilly) which is from February 20 to March 1.
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