Heavy Rains Subside in JK; Night Temps Below Normal

Heavy Rains Subside in JK; Night Temps Below Normal
Dal Lake Srinagar (photo: VOM/Asif Iqbal)
Heavy Rains Subside in JK; Night Temps Below Normal
Dal Lake Srinagar (photo: VOM/Asif Iqbal)

Heavy Rains Subside in JK; Night Temps Below Normal

Heavy Rains Subside in JK; Night Temps Below Normal

Heavy Rains Subside in JK; Night Temps Below Normal

Rains have eased in Jammu and Kashmir after two days of heavy downpours, with scattered light rain expected over the next 24 hours, according to the local weather department. Night temperatures have also dropped across the region, with most areas experiencing temperatures below normal.

In the past 24 hours up to 0830 hours this morning, various regions received varying amounts of rainfall: Srinagar 18mm, Qazigund 30mm, Pahalgam 7mm, Kupwara 13mm, Kokernag 21mm, Gulmarg 15mm, Jammu 11mm, Banihal 40mm, Batote 29mm, Katra 14mm, and Bhaderwah 16mm.

The weather forecast indicates light rain at isolated places today, followed by generally dry weather from April 21-25. However, isolated afternoon thundershowers cannot be ruled out during this period. From April 26-27, cloudy weather with light rain and thunder is expected in many areas.

As for temperatures, Srinagar saw a minimum of 7.0°C, which is 0.9°C below the usual for this time of year. Qazigund recorded 7.0°C, Pahalgam 1.6°C, Kokernag 5.8°C, and Kupwara 6.0°C. Gulmarg was the coldest at 0.5°C, while Jammu recorded 16.8°C, Banihal 6.4°C, Batote 8.4°C, and Bhaderwah 6.6°C.

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