JK Anticipate Light Snowfall and Rain Starting March 12

JK Anticipate Light Snowfall and Rain Starting March 12
JK Anticipate Light Snowfall and Rain Starting March 12
JK Anticipate Light Snowfall and Rain Starting March 12
JK Anticipate Light Snowfall and Rain Starting March 12

JK Anticipate Light Snowfall and Rain Starting March 12

JK Anticipate Light Snowfall and Rain Starting March 12…..image/KL

JK Anticipate Light Snowfall and Rain Starting March 12

While the weather department has forecasted a series of rains and snow from Monday to March 14, there has been a notable drop in night temperatures recorded in Srinagar and other regions on Saturday.

JK Anticipate Light Snowfall:Gradual Buildup of Weather Activity

“No significant weather activity is expected till March 10. However, from March 11-12, there’s an anticipation of light rain and snow at a few places, followed by a likelihood of light rain and snow at fairly widespread places on March 13-14,” stated a MeT official.

JK Anticipate Light Snowfall:Srinagar’s Chilly Night

Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, experienced a minimum temperature of minus 0.2°C, significantly lower than the previous night’s 1.8°C. This deviation of 3.5°C below normal for this time of the year marks an unusual cold spell, as per the MeT official.

JK Anticipate Light Snowfall:Varied Temperature Readings Across Regions

Qazigund, the gateway town of Kashmir, recorded a minimum of 0.4°C, maintaining consistency with the previous night. However, it registered a deviation of 1.8°C below normal.

Pahalgam, a famous resort in south Kashmir, witnessed a low of minus 3.5°C, slightly below the previous night’s temperature. The deviation of 2.1°C below normal adds to the chill factor in the region.

Kokernag, also in south Kashmir, noted a minimum of 1.3°C, indicating a rise from the previous night’s 0.5°C. However, it remained 0.6°C below the normal temperature.

Kupwara town experienced a low of minus 1.3°C, showcasing a decline from the previous night’s 1.1°C. This marks a substantial deviation of 3.1°C below the normal temperature.

Gulmarg, the renowned skiing resort in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, recorded a low of minus 6.0°C, reflecting a slight increase from the previous night’s minus 7.6°C. Despite this, it remains below normal by 2.5°C.

JK Anticipate Light Snowfall:Temperature Variances Across the Region

Jammu, the winter capital of J&K, recorded a minimum temperature of 10.4°C, indicating a deviation of 3.6°C below normal.

Banihal recorded a low of 5.8°C, Batote 6.2°C, and Bhaderwah 2.0°C, according to the weatherman. The forecast suggests mainly dry weather in Jammu and Kashmir until March 10.

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