Srinagar, Jan 30: Meteorological Centre Srinagar on Tuesday forecast widespread mild to average rain and snow over Jammu and Kashmir throughout the subsequent 24 hours.
The MeT workplace stated that there’s a risk of sunshine to average rain or snow at many locations in J&Ok from at the moment afternoon onwards, with probabilities of heavy snowfall over just a few increased reaches of Kupwara, Bandipora, Baramulla, Ganderbal, Shopian, Kulgam, and Anantnag districts, with peak exercise on January 31.
The climate will stay typically dry with the opportunity of very mild snow at remoted increased reaches on February 2, whereas from February 3–4, mild to average rain or snow might happen at many locations in J&Ok.
The climate will stay typically dry from February 5 to 10, it stated.
The forecaster has additionally issued an advisory stating that the climate system might result in the momentary closure of roads in increased reaches and essential passes, together with Sinthan Move, Mughal Street, Sadhna and Razdan Move, Zojila, and so on., throughout the interval. Vacationers are suggested to plan their journey accordingly, the MeT workplace added.
Farmers have additionally been suggested to withhold irrigation and fertilizer purposes and drain out extra water from orchards and fields throughout the above-mentioned interval.
The evening temperature recorded a drop at most stations however stayed above regular in Kashmir Valley on Tuesday.
Srinagar, the summer season capital of Jammu and Kashmir, recorded a low of 0.8°C in opposition to the three.6°C recorded on Monday. It was 1.8°C above regular throughout this era of the season.
The day temperature witnessed an increase in Srinagar and was recorded at 10.1°C yesterday, which was 2.6°C above regular throughout this era of the season.
Qazigund on the Srinagar-Jammu nationwide freeway recorded a low of 0.4°C in opposition to 2.0°C the earlier evening, whereas Kokerng in south Kashmir had a low of 0.7°C in opposition to 0.5°C.
Pahalgam had a low of -3.3°C in opposition to the 0.7°C recorded a day in the past. It was 2.8°C above regular for the vacationer sizzling spot in south Kashmir.
Kupwara settled at 0.3°C in opposition to the 1.7°C recorded the earlier evening. It was 2.8°C above regular for the frontier Kashmir district throughout this era of the season.
Gulmarg recorded a low of -6.0°C in opposition to the -3.2°C recorded a day in the past. It was nonetheless 1.5°C above regular for the well-known ski resort of north Kashmir, the MeT workplace stated. (AGENCIES)
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