J&K: Snowfall across Kashmir from Monday says IMD
Jammu and Kashmir, weathermen has predicted moderate snowfall across Kashmir division and heavy snowfall in higher reaches of Jammu division from tomorrow.
The Met department has said that the night temperature will rise in the Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh in the coming days. Director, Meteorological Department, Sonum Lotus has said that there is possibility of moderate snowfall across Kashmir division on Monday and Tuesday.
He added that the higher reaches especially in Pir Panchal and Chenab Valley would experience heavy snowfall during the period. He said that in Jammu, the wet spell would begin from today and would persist till January 5.
The Director further said that present foggy mornings will also come to an end from today morning in Jammu region. He also appealed to people not to venture out in hilly areas during the period to avoid any untoward incident.
Besides, he said that the Jammu-Srinagar national highway may also be closed after fresh snowfall and those scheduled to travel to and from Srinagar should confirm the situation of the road before travelling.
National capital received a spell of rainfall today morning. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had predicted thunderstorms and light to moderate rainfall over parts of Delhi and Haryana today.