Met Predicts Wet Spell In Kashmir From Today

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Srinagar: The weather department on Friday predicted two-day wet spell from Saturday during which the plains will receive rains while the upper reaches are likely to receive season’s first snowfall.

According to a weather department official, due to feeble western disturbance, light isolated to scattered rain/snowfall will occur over higher reaches of Kashmir and Kargil district most likely during September 26-27th.

“No forecast of any Major Rain/snow for next 2 weeks. Day temperature expected to drop by 4-5 degree Celsius,” the official added.

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