In Jammu and Kashmir, the weather is expected to be mostly dry, with the possibility of sporadic rain showers.

The forecast for J&K mostly calls for dry weather.

Srinagar, Aug 31(GNS): The meteorological service in this city on Tuesday predicted that Jammu and Kashmir will have a mostly dry climate with the chance of a few instances of light rain during the next twenty-four hours.

The local meteorological department official who spoke with GNS said that they did not anticipate any significant shifts in the weather until the weekend.

The official said that Kupwara got 0.5 millimetres and Pahalgam received 0.4 millimetres of rainfall in the last 24 hours up to 8:30 am local time today, however the other observatory stations did not get any rain.

When asked about the lowest temperature recorded in Srinagar, the official said that it was 16.6 degrees Celsius, the same as it was the night before. According to him, the temperature was 9.0 degrees Celsius higher than average for the summer capital at this point in the year.

The temperature in Qazigund dropped to 14.4 degrees Celsius, down from 14.6 degrees the night before. However, he said that the temperature was 0.7 degrees Celsius higher than average there.

The mercury reached 10.4 degrees Fahrenheit at Pahalgam, which is 0.6 degrees lower than what is considered average for the tourist town located in south Kashmir. The temperature the previous night was 12.1 degrees Fahrenheit.

According to him, Kokernag recorded a low temperature of 14.0 degrees Celsius, which was 0.1 degrees below the usual temperature for the area. The previous night’s low temperature had been 13.8 degrees Celsius.

The temperature at the world-famous Gulmarg resort dropped to 9.5 degrees Celsius from 9.2 degrees Celsius the night before. According to him, the temperature in the north Kashmir location was 1.2 degrees below usual.

According to the official, the temperature in Kupwara town rose to 16.0 degrees Celsius after having fallen to 14.1 degrees Celsius the previous night. According to him, the location in north Kashmir had a temperature that was 1.9 degrees higher than average.

The temperature in Jammu dropped to a low of 25.8 degrees Celsius, up from 24.6 degrees the night before. According to him, the temperature was 1.5 degrees higher than average for the winter capital of J&K. Low temperature was measured at 15.0 degrees Celsius in Banihal, 18.1 degrees in Batote, 23.2 degrees in Katra, and 17.0 degrees in Bhadarwah. (GNS)

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