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Night temperature improves but cold persists

Weather to remain dry till Dec 5: Lotus

November 25, 2021 | BK News Service

The cold wave continued in Kashmir on Wednesday even as night temperature rose above the freezing point across the valley due to cloudy sky.
A MeT official said Srinagar recorded night temperature of 0.3 degree Celsius against the previous night’s minus 2.3 degree Celsius.
Pahalgam was the coldest place in the valley with the night temperature settling at minus 2.0 degree Celsius.
Qazigund recorded a night temperature of minus 0.6 degree Celsius, Kokernag recorded minimum temperature of minus 0.1 degree celsius while in Kupwara the minimum temperature was recorded as minus 0.3 degree celsius.
The ski resort of Gulmarg in north Kashmir recorded the minimum temperature of minus 0.6 degree.
Director Meteorological department, Sonum Lotus said that there is no prediction for any major snowfall as the weather will remain dry till December 05.
“The weather will remain mostly dry till December 5,” he said.
He also advised people not to use heating appliances much during night and allow fresh air to come into the rooms for ventilation in order to prevent themselves from suffocation.

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Night temperature improves but cold persists

Weather to remain dry till Dec 5: Lotus

November 25, 2021 | BK News Service

The cold wave continued in Kashmir on Wednesday even as night temperature rose above the freezing point across the valley due to cloudy sky.
A MeT official said Srinagar recorded night temperature of 0.3 degree Celsius against the previous night’s minus 2.3 degree Celsius.
Pahalgam was the coldest place in the valley with the night temperature settling at minus 2.0 degree Celsius.
Qazigund recorded a night temperature of minus 0.6 degree Celsius, Kokernag recorded minimum temperature of minus 0.1 degree celsius while in Kupwara the minimum temperature was recorded as minus 0.3 degree celsius.
The ski resort of Gulmarg in north Kashmir recorded the minimum temperature of minus 0.6 degree.
Director Meteorological department, Sonum Lotus said that there is no prediction for any major snowfall as the weather will remain dry till December 05.
“The weather will remain mostly dry till December 5,” he said.
He also advised people not to use heating appliances much during night and allow fresh air to come into the rooms for ventilation in order to prevent themselves from suffocation.


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