MeT predicts another spell of snowfall in Upper Reaches of Valley from Monday

MeT predicts another spell of snowfall in Upper Reaches of Valley from Monday

 

Srinagar, Nov 21: MeT Department has predicted fresh spell of snowfall from November 23 (Monday) in the upper reaches of Kashmir Valley. The MeT official said that temperatures may witness a sharp dip in coming days.

The MeT official told news agency KNT that from Monday, upper reaches of Kashmir Valley may witness another spell of snowfall.

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“There are chances that fresh spell of snowfall may disrupt surface transport and most likely this snowfall may lead to the closure of Mughal Road and Srinagar-Leh Highway,” the official said adding that the weather will remain dry for the next 24 hours.

The minimum temperature according to official in Kashmir capital Srinagar was 2.1°C, while Qazigund recorded a low of 2.6°C. Gulmarg shivered at minus 7.5°C, while Pahalgam and Kokarnag recorded lows of -3.2°C and 1.2°C, respectively.

The minimum temperature in Kupwara was 1.7°C, Jammu 6.8°C, Banihal 0.4°C, Batote 2.1°C and Katra 7.6°C.

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Drass was freezing cold at minus 14°C, Leh minus 11.7°C, Kargil minus 9.2°C, Badharwah 0.8°C and Kathua recorded a minimum temperature of 7.6°C.

The maximum day temperature 23.5°C was recorded in Jammu while Kashmir capital Srinagar recorded a temperature of 10.2°C. (KNT)

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