Kashmir Weather Forecast for Next 24 Hours in jk

Kashmir Weather Forecast for Next 24 Hours in jk


SRINAGAR: On Monday, nighttime temperatures dropped and fell below average throughout Jammu and Kashmir, with the exception of Banihal, amid scattered bouts of rainfall and the forecast for showers and thunderstorms in a few isolated locations over the next 24 hours, according to officials.


According to a representative of the meteorological service, Srinagar recorded a low of 9.6°C, down from 10.6°C the previous night and 1.0°C below average for the summer capital.



He claimed that Qazigund, Kashmir’s entryway town, registered a low of 7.0°C, down from the previous night’s 10.0°C, and 2.2°C below average.


He claimed that Pahalgam, a well-known tourist destination in the Anantnag region of south Kashmir, recorded a low of 3.5°C, down from 5.6°C the previous night, and 1.6°C below average.


He reported that the temperature in Kupwara town, which was 2.7°C below average for the north Kashmir region, settled at 6.9°C as opposed to 7.4°C the previous night.


Kokernag reported a low of 7.2°C, which was 2.1°C below average for the area and down from the previous night’s low of 9.3°C, according to the officials.


In comparison to the previous night’s low of 3.0°C, Gulmarg’s low of 2.5°C was below average by 3.0°C for the renowned skiing destination in the Baramulla region of north Kashmir, he said.


According to him, Jammu’s overnight low was 22.6°C, which was 0.9°C below average for the winter capital of J&K.Low temperatures were recorded at Banihal at 11.3°C (0.4°C above normal), Batote at 13.4°C (0.3°C below normal), Katra at 19.6°C (0.4°C below normal), and Bhaderwah at 8.0°C (1.5°C below normal). According to him, Leh in Ladakh recorded a low of 0.2°C.


He said that Qazigund received 1.8mm of rain within the past 24 hours, Pahalgam 6.5mm, Kokernag 1.3mm, Gulmarg 4.2mm, and Bhaderwah 6.8mm.


He forecasted partly overcast skies between May 15 and 16, with isolated chances of showers and thunderstorms. He emphasised that no significant rainfall is expected for the upcoming week.

Qouting by GNS

According to him, isolated to dispersed showers and thunderstorms are predicted for May 17–20. (GNS)






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