The maximum and minimum temperatures dipped across Kashmir valley due to overcast conditions on Wednesday ahead of another fresh spell of light to heavy snowfall from Thursday onwards. A Met department spokesperson said that the weather will remain dry with cloudy skies during the next 24 hours in Kashmir valley
Ahead of another fresh spell of moderate to heavy snowfall from Thursday onwards, sun played hide and seek on Tuesday, resulting in improvement in the day temperature, which settled slightly above normal, though ice cold winds continued
The Jammu-Srinagar national highway remained closed for the third day on Saturday as heavy rains hampered the operation to clear the debris
The union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh are likely to witness snowfall and rains for three days starting Thursday, the meteorological department said.The weatherman has forecast widespread snowfall in the Kashmir Valley and Ladakh from Thursday to Saturday. Jammu is also likely to witness snowfall and rains on Friday and Saturday
There was no let up in the cold spell in JK on Tuesday as several areas in the union territory recorded temperatures below the season’s average
Traffic on the strategic Jammu-Srinagar national highway resumed on Tuesday after remaining suspended for nearly two days following a massive landslide
Another spell of light to moderate snowfall is likely at most places of J-K and Kargil district of Ladakh from November 14 night to November 16, Director State Meteorological Department Sonam Lotus said.
What the current snowfall has once again highlighted to everybody’s dismay is how more things change in Kashmir, more they remain the same. And how it is a safe prediction for everybody that the future will be no different
Efforts continued on Monday to clear the debris of a massive landslide that blocked the strategic Jammu-Srinagar national highway in Ramban
Cold wave conditions prevailed in most parts of Jammu and Kashmir with Srinagar’s maximum temperature settling at 3.4 degrees Celsius– 14.5 degrees below normal during this part of the season, a MET department official said.