Important Weather Update For April 19 To 20 In J&K


 SRINAGAR: Weatherman on Friday conjecture one more spell of light to direct rain during April 19-20 in the two J&K and Ladakh.

"Another weak WD probably going to influence J&K and Ladakh from 19 April," news organization GNS cited a meteorological office official as having said, adding, "Light to direct rain with roar over dispersed to genuinely far and wide places over Kashmir Division and disconnected places over Jammu and Ladakh is supposed during nineteenth evening to twentieth April forenoon," he said.

In the interim, after light rains during most recent few days, night temperature enlisted an extensive drop with mercury settling beneath typical in Kashmir Valley excepting Gulmarg and Kupwara town on Friday.

The MeT official here told GNS that Srinagar got hints of precipitation as of now till 0830 hours today and recorded a low of 7.0°C against 8.7°C on the earlier evening. The temperature, he said, was 0.6 °C underneath typical during this season for the mid year capital.

Qazigund additionally got hints of precipitation during the time and recorded a low of 4.8°C against 7.0°C on the earlier evening. The temperature was underneath typical by 1.7°C for the door town of Kashmir, he said.

Kokernag, additionally in south Kashmir, had 0.8mm of precipitation during the time and recorded a low of 5.3°C against 6.8°C on the earlier evening. It was 0.8°C not exactly ordinary during this season of the time for the spot, the authority said.

Pahalgam, the well known hotel in south Kashmir, had the most noteworthy precipitation of71.mm during the time and recorded a low of 1.2°C against 4.0°C final evening. The temperature was 1.6°C beneath typical for the spot, he said.

Gulmarg had 0.2 mm of precipitation and recorded a low of 1.8°C, same as on the earlier evening, the authority said. While 1.5°C is typical for the widely popular skiing resort during this season of the time, the authority said that the temperature was 0.3°C above typical for the spot in north Kashmir's Baramulla area.

Kupwara town in north Kashmir got 1.3 mm of downpour in the 24 hours and recorded a low of 6.4°C against 7.7°C on the earlier evening. The temperature was above typical by 0.1°C, the authority said.

Jammu recorded a low of 19.2°C against 21.0°C on the earlier evening, the authority said. The temperature was 2.1°C above typical for J&K's colder time of year capital which got hints of downpour during the time, he said.

Banihal recorded a low of 8.8°C, Batote 10.8°C while Bhaderwah had a low of 7.9°C, the authority said.

In March, J&K got 80% insufficient downpour because of the shortfall of any solid western unsettling influence or the breezes blowing from the Mediterranean bringing dampness. The capital urban communities of Jammu and Srinagar were to a great extent dry.

MeT office said that Jammu city got just 2.1mm of downpour against ordinary of 68 mm last month while Srinagar city got 21.3mm of precipitation as against typical of 117.6mm