Met workplace predicts erratic climate in Jammu and Kashmir for subsequent week
- The climate circumstances may have an effect on the highways on the Banihal-Ramban part and at Zojila because the precipitation was prone to trigger landslides and snow slides.
By correspondent HT, Hindustan Tooth, Srinagar
UPDATE MARCH 9, 2021 at 7:18 p.m. IST
The meteorological workplace on Tuesday predicted erratic climate in Jammu and Kashmir for the subsequent week and urged farmers to keep away from spraying in the course of the interval.
Sonam Lotus, director of the meteorological division, stated the climate will stay irregular till March 15.
“We count on intermittent rains accompanied by thunderstorms and snow on larger sections, primarily from March 11 to 13,” he stated.
Lotus stated the climate may have an effect on the highways on the Banihal-Ramban part and at Zojila because the precipitation was prone to trigger landslides and snow slides.
He additionally urged farmers to droop their actions in the meanwhile.
“Farmers are suggested to keep away from spraying orchards and different farms till March 15,” he stated.
Rain and snow have plagued elements of the Kashmir Valley intermittently since Sunday, enhancing nighttime temperatures however lowering daytime mercury.
“Gulmarg has recorded a snowfall of 37 cm within the final 24 hours,” meteorologist Mohammad Hussain Mir stated Tuesday morning.
The utmost temperature in Srinagar on Monday was 6.6 levels Celsius whereas it was 5.2 levels in a single day. In Pahalgam and Gulmarg, minimal temperatures dipped to 2.1 levels and minus 2 levels Celsius, respectively.
Within the Ladakh Union Territory, the minimal temperature in Leh was minus 4.3 levels whereas Kargil was minus 4.4 levels. The coldest place within the nation Drass recorded minus 10.5 levels.
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