Srinagar, Apr 1 (PTI) Early morning rain in Srinagar- the
summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir – today brought down the
mercury to normal levels even as MeT office predicted light
rain or thundershower at isolated places during the next 24
hours in the state.
The maximum temperature in Srinagar dropped by almost six
degrees to settle at 18.5 degrees Celsius – which is normal
during this part of the season, a spokesman of the MeT
He said the minimum temperature, however, continued to be
four degrees above normal despite slipping two degrees to
settle at 9.7 degrees Celsius.
The winter capital Jammu recorded a high of 34.1 degrees
Celsius – same as yesterday which was five degrees above
normal, the spokesman said.
He said the minimum temperature in the city was 19.5
degrees Celsius, a drop of 0.7 degrees Celsius against the
previous night’s 20.7 degrees Celsius.
The famous ski resort of Gulmarg in north Kashmir recorded
a high of 10.8 degrees Celsius and a low of 0.2 degrees
Celsius, the spokesman added.
This is published unedited from the PTI feed.