Jammu and Kashmir News
It’s going to be a sigh of relief for the people of the valley as the state Meteorological Department said in its forecast bulletin today that a four-day wet spell is likely from Monday and would continue till Thursday.
The day temperature in Srinagar had touched a maximum of 27.6° C on Saturday, which was an increase of nearly five degrees from normal. Srinagar would have a partly cloudy air with maximum temperatures around 25°C, according to today’s forecast for the city.This would cool down the increasingly hot temperature surge and comfort the masses.
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