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MeT predicts widespread rain, thunderstorm in plains, snowfall over higher reaches of J&K
3/24/2023 11:06:54 PM

Early Times Report

Srinagar, Mar 24: Meteorological office predicts widespread rain, thunderstorm with snowfall over higher reaches at most places of Jammu and Kashmir during the next 24 hours.
It said thunderstorm may be accompanied by strong gusty winds with possibility of hailstorm in plains from Friday afternoon onwards.
The weather man has also advised orchards to postpone spraying their plants in view of the weather forecast, besides urging the people to get confirmation from the concerned traffic police before taking any travel.
Currently the weather is dry but overcast and cloudy at most places of Jammu and Kashmir.
Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, recorded the minimum temperature at 5.3 degree Celsius against 5.2 degree Celsius the previous night. It was 0.3 degree Celsius above normal during this period.
Qazigund on Srinagar-Jammu national highway had a low of 4.0 degree Celsius which was 0.3 degree Celsius above normal against 3.7 degree Celsius for the gateway ofKashmir.
Pahalgam in south Kashmir recorded a low of 0.6 degree Celsius against minus 0.2 degree Celsius and it was 0.2 degree Celsius above normal for the famous tourist spot in south Kashmir.
Kokernag in south Kashmir recorded a low of 4.0 degree Celsius which was 0.8 degree Celsius above normal of 3.2 degree Celsius while Kupwara had a low of minus 4.0 degree Celsius and it was 0.8 degree Celsius above normal of 3.2 degree Celsius on Friday.
Gulmarg in north Kashmir settled at 0.0 degree Celsius for the second consecutive day on Friday and it was 1.6 degree Celsius above normal for the famous ski resort, the MeT office said.
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