Western Disturbance To Bring Snow In Kashmir: Check the Forecast Here

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Western Disturbance To Bring Snow In Kashmir: Check the Forecast Here

In the coming days, the weather in Kashmir is set to undergo a subtle shift, courtesy of a weak western disturbance. Tomorrow, the skies are expected to be mostly cloudy, with a slight chance of light snow over higher reaches.

Notably, certain areas in North Kashmir might experience this wintry phenomenon in the evening or night. However, popular destinations like Sonamarg, Gulmarg, and Pahalgam are not forecasted to witness any snowfall.

Looking ahead, another weak western disturbance is looming on the horizon, expected around January 17th. Until the 16th of January, the overall weather is predicted to remain dry.

Despite the prolonged dry spell, the freezing grip of winter persists. Srinagar reported a low of minus 5.0°C on Thursday, maintaining the same minimum temperature as the previous night.

This reading was 3.1°C below the normal for this time of year in the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir.

Qazigund experienced a minimum of minus 4.6°C, slightly lower than the previous night, and 1.6°C below the seasonal norm for this gateway town.

Pahalgam held steady at a low of minus 6.3°C, maintaining an 0.8°C surplus above the typical temperature for this renowned resort in south Kashmir.

Kokernag, located in south Kashmir, recorded a minimum of minus 2.4°C, mirroring the previous night’s temperature. This reading was 1.2°C above the normal for the area. In north Kashmir, Kupwara town reported a low of minus 5.3°C, 2.4°C below the expected temperature for this locale.

Gulmarg, the famed skiing resort in north Kashmir, noted a low of minus 3.5°C, showing a moderate rise from the previous night. Despite this increase, the temperature remained 4.4°C above the seasonal norm.

Meanwhile, Jammu saw a minimum of 4.7°C, a slight drop from the previous night and 2.3°C below the winter average for the capital of Jammu and Kashmir. Banihal recorded a low of minus 1.4°C, Batote at 2.2°C, and Bhaderwah dipped to minus 0.2°C.

As we navigate these subtle weather changes, it’s essential for residents and visitors alike to stay informed and prepared for any potential alterations in the atmospheric conditions.

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