Foggy Conditions Persist in Kashmir, Dry Spell Expected to Continue Till November 26
Srinagar, Nov 16: The Meteorological department in Kashmir anticipates the continuation of foggy weather conditions, ruling out any significant wet spell until November 26.
Director Mukhtar Ahmad, in a statement to news agency, highlighted the likelihood of shallow fog during morning and evening hours but assured no major deviations in the overall weather conditions across Jammu & Kashmir.
While the forecast points towards dry weather, with temperatures settling around one degree Celsius in the plains, residents in higher reaches can expect sub-zero temperatures.
The prediction also includes a brief period of cloudy weather during the specified timeframe.
It’s noteworthy that Jammu & Kashmir has experienced a considerable excess of rainfall from October 1 to November 15, recording 115.0 mm as opposed to the normal precipitation of 49.5 mm. Samba district surpassed its usual 14.5 mm with a recorded rainfall of 119.0 mm.
Similarly, Srinagar, the summer capital of J&K, marked excess rainfall with 70.0 mm against the expected 45.0 mm.
However, Shopian stands as the only station recording deficient precipitation, noting a 39% deficit during this period.
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