Fresh Heat Wave to Hit J&K from June 10

Fresh Heat Wave to Hit J&K from June 10

Light Rain Expected From Today Afternoon

Srinagar, June 8 : The local weather station in Jammu and Kashmir has predicted a fresh spell of heat wave starting from June 10.

A meteorological department official indicated that partly to generally cloudy weather with the possibility of light rain and thunder at scattered places is expected this afternoon.

From June 9 to 17, generally dry weather is forecasted, though isolated instances of light rain or thunder cannot be ruled out. This suggests a likely dry spell during the annual Mata Kheer Bhawani Mela on June 14 and the Eid-ul-Azha festival beginning on June 17.

Farmers are advised to resume their farming activities, including spraying and fertilizer application, from June 9 onwards.
The MeT department also warned of a fresh heat wave commencing on June 10.

Regarding recent temperatures, Srinagar recorded a low of 12.1°C, slightly below the normal 13.4°C for this time of year. Qazigund had a minimum of 11.6°C, also slightly below normal. Pahalgam’s temperature was slightly above normal at 7.2°C. Kokernag recorded 11.2°C, which is 1.0°C below normal. Kupwara saw a low of 10.5°C, 1.2°C below normal, and Gulmarg recorded 3.4°C, significantly below normal by 5.3°C.

In Jammu, the temperature was 24.1°C, above normal by 1.6°C. Other recorded temperatures included Banihal at 14.2°C, Batote at 15.8°C, and Bhaderwah at 14.4°C.

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