Amidst a persistent dry spell, the Kashmir Valley continues to face sub-zero temperatures, with Anantnag recording the coldest at -7.2°C.
Officers anticipate usually cloudy circumstances from January 4–5, with dry climate prevailing throughout plains and a slight risk of remoted mild snowfall in excessive larger reaches.
The forecast for January 6–7 signifies primarily dry climate with no important modifications. Kashmir has been grappling with an prolonged dry interval, with no precipitation anticipated over the subsequent six days, leading to a big 79% rainfall deficit in December.
Notably, most plain areas lack snowfall, and the higher reaches of the valley have acquired below-average snowfall by the tip of December.
The minimal temperatures at present depict a cold situation throughout the area, urging residents to take precautions towards the chilly.
Amidst the tough winter circumstances in Kashmir, the area is experiencing excessive chilly temperatures, with minimal readings recorded as follows: Srinagar at -4.8°C, Qazigund at -4.6°C, Pahalgam at -6.6°C, Kupwara at -5.3°C, Kokernag at -3.2°C, Gulmarg at -3.8°C, Anantnag at -7.2°C, Ganderbal at -4.5°C, Pulwama at -6.6°C, Bandipora at -5.5°C, Baramulla at -6.0°C, Budgam at -5.0°C, Kulgam at -3.0°C, and Shopian at -7.0°C.
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