The Climate Division right here on Monday forecast primarily “dry” in Jammu and Kashmir until the tip of this month.
The Climate Division mentioned that there is no such thing as a probability of any rainfall until December 31 and the climate will stay dry throughout Jammu and Kashmir
The Division mentioned that no giant change was anticipated within the days forward and the climate was prone to keep “primarily dry” from December 25-31
In the meantime, amid freezing situations, dense fog has engulfed Kashmir Valley making it tough for drivers to ply on roads.
Even after 10 AM on Monday, Srinagar witnessed a dense fog hitting the graceful circulation of vehicular and pedestrian motion on the roads.
Kashmir Valley recorded beneath freezing temperature.
The Climate Division mentioned that Srinagar recorded minus 2.3°C.
The hill station of Pahalgam recorded a low of minus 4.3°C whereas Gulmarg recorded minus 3.5C. Qazigund recorded a minimal of minus 2.6°C, Kokernag minus 1.6°C, Banihal recorded 6.2°C, Batote 5.9°C and Bhaderwah 2.4°C.
Pertinently, Kashmir valley is beneath ‘Chillai-Kalan’, the 40-day harsh interval of winter ranging from Dec 21 to January 31. [KNT]
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