The Meteorological Service Department here predicts mostly dry weather for the next 24 hours in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday. doing.
Meteorological Department officials here predicted light to moderate rain and snowfall in isolated highlands on October 18 and in isolated areas of Jammu and Kashmir on October 19 and 20. said it will.
However, the meteorologist reiterated, “From the next week he has no heavy snow forecast for 10 days in J&K and Ladakh.”
As for the lowest temperature, Srinagar said he recorded a lowest temperature of 7.4°C compared to 7.2°C the previous night. He said the temperature at that time was 1.4 degrees Celsius above the average for the summer capital.
Qazigund hit his fourth straight low of 5.0C, the same as the night before. Temperatures in Kashmir at the gateway were 0.2C cooler than normal, he said.
At Pahalgam, mercury was at 0, he stabilized at 2.6C from 2.7C the night before.
He said the southern Kashmir resort was 3°C warmer than normal.
Kokernag said he recorded a low of 7.0C compared to 7.6C the night before and was 0.8C higher than normal for the site.
Gulmarg, same as the night before, recorded a minimum temperature of 4.0C, 0.7C above the normal for the world-famous ski resort in the Baramulla district of northern Kashmir.
Mercury settled at 4.7C in his town of Kupwara, compared with 4.3C the night before, officials said. He said it was 0.5 degrees below normal in places in northern Kashmir.
Jammu hit the same low of 18.0C as the night before