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Kashmir braces for snowfall as minimum temp rises further
1/9/2023 12:18:45 AM

Early Times Report

Srinagar, Jan 8: Kashmir valley is bracing for snowfall as Meteorological Centre forecast of moderate to light Snowfall very likely at many places over higher reaches, and plains on Sunday.
Moderate Snowfall is very likely at many places over higher reaches while Light snow is possible in plains of Kashmir from Sunday evening with main activity tonight, MeT office said.
Light Snowfall (rain in plains of Jammu) at many places of J&K on January 9 while the sky generally will remain cloudy on January 10-11. It said on January 12-13 Widespread moderate Snowfall/(rain in plains of Jammu) with Heavy Snowfall over higher reaches (>75% chance).
The MeT office has also issued an advisory stating that the snowfall is very likely to affect surface transportation during 8 (night-9th) (60% chance) & Air transportation during 12-13 (60-70% chance).
The night temperature rises in most places of Kashmir valley further on Sunday with a cloudy sky.
Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, had a low of minus 0.1 degree Celsius on Sunday against the minus 1.4 degree Celsius the previous night. It was 1.8 degrees above normal during this period of the season.
Tourist hot spot of Pahalgam in south Kashmir recorded a low of minus 1.4 degree Celsius against minus 2.8 degree Celsius a day ago. It was 5.6 degrees above normal during this period of the season for the valley of shepherds.
Gulmarg in north Kashmir recorded a low of minus 3.7 degree Celsius on Sunday against minus 2.6 degree Celsius recorded the previous night. It was 4.4 degrees above normal for the valley of meadow.
Qazigund on Srinagar-Jammu national highway had a low of minus 1.3 degree Celsius while Kokernag recorded a low of minus 1.6 degree Celsius on Sunday.
The frontier Kashmir district of Kupwara recorded a low of minus 0.4 degree Celsius against the minus 2.6 degree Celsius on Sunday, the MeT office said.
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