Weather Whiplash: Kashmir’s June Takes a Cold Turn

Srinagar, Jun 21: The maximum temperature plummeted across Kashmir on Friday with most of the places here recording March-like weather conditions amidst the intermittent light rainfall.
The details available with Morning Kashmir have revealed that the maximum temperature has plummeted nearly 10 degrees Celsius compared to yesterday in Srinagar and elsewhere today.
The temperature was below normal at most places of Jammu and Kashmir with Srinagar recording a maximum temperature of 19.5 degrees Celsius.
As per the details, Qazigund has recorded a maximum temperature of 18.4 degrees Celsius while Kupwara recorded 19.6 degrees Celsius. Kokernag and Gulmarg have recorded a maximum temperature of 17.2 degrees Celsius and 11.4 degrees Celsius today, bringing chilly weather conditions again across Kashmir.
The hottest in Kashmir was Baramulla where the mercury settled at 21.3 degrees Celsius, the details reveal.
Moreover, in the Jammu division, the maximum temperature has also plummeted by a few degrees Celsius.
However, the weather is expected to remain cloudy tomorrow with the possibility of occasional sunshine as well. “The light rainfall is also expected in a few areas of the Kashmir region on Saturday,” the weather reports suggested.
Mainly dry weather is expected from June 23 till June 25 while the reports suggested that the day temperature will rise again from tomorrow.
Pertinently, intermittent light rainfall lashed plains as well as the higher reaches of Kashmir, which brought the mercury down.
The independent weather forecasters have stated that March-like weather conditions prevailed throughout the day across the Valley, saying that the improvement is expected from Saturday.

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