Mercury Settles At 33.4 Degree Celsius In Srinagar
Srinagar- The Kashmir Valley continues to remain in the grip of a heat wave, even as the mercury dipped a little and settled at 33.4 degree Celsius, officials said.
The weather remained mainly hot in Jammu and Kashmir in the last 24 hours and the Met Department forecast on Saturday that hot and mainly dry weather is likely to continue in the next 24 hours.
“Current heatwave is expected to break on July 4 as light to moderate rain is likely to occur on July 4 and 5,” a department official said.
Srinagar had 33.4, Pahalgam 28.4 and Gulmarg 23.0 degrees Celsius as the maximum temperature on Saturday.
Drass in Ladakh Region had 13.5, Leh 15.4 and Kargil 18.7 as the minimum temperature.
Jammu had 35.1, Katra 32.2, Batote 27.1, Banihal 28.6 and Bhaderwah 31.9 as the maximum temperature. (With agency inputs)
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