Rains lash parts of J-K, snowfall expected in higher reaches
But, there is a possibility of rain in the evening at some places. The higher reaches could receive snowfall, however, there is no forecast of heavy rainsnowfall, the director said.The weather will remain inconsistent till April 6, after which it will improve and the temperatures will also increase, he said.
Rain lashed parts of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday, bringing the day temperature down by several degrees and another spell of wet weather is likely from early next week, the weather office here said.
A western difference will affect Jammu and Kashmir from April 3 to April 6 due to which, many places will experience light to moderate intermittent rainfall, director of the Meteorological Department here Sonam Lotus told PTI.
Many areas in the union territory, including Srinagar and Jammu, received rain since early morning, he said.
Lotus said the weather will remain as such till the evening and the temperature will drop about five to six degrees. He said on Sunday, there will be some respite and the weather will improve. “But, there is a possibility of rain in the evening at some places.” The higher reaches could receive snowfall, however, there is no forecast of heavy rain/snowfall, the director said.
The weather will remain inconsistent till April 6, after which it will improve and the temperatures will also increase, he said.
(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)
- READ MORE ON:
- Sonam Lotus
SKICC Srinagar all set to receive, welcome G20 delegates
Alarm bells ring among scientists, authorities after Alligator Gar Fish found in Kashmir's Dal Lake
Kashmiri student Affifa Batool secures first rank in all-India Orange Global Olympiad
Hyderabad-based physically challenged man rides bike from Kanyakumari to Kashmir, covering 3,700 km
Ecotourism Society of Kashmir optimistic that G20 meeting would boost sustainable tourism