Tuesday, 21 March 2023



LATEST NEWS Jammu Kashmir Nationalist People's front Organised Anti Drug Rally in Pulwama Piping Ceremony held at District Police Office Pulwama SSP Pulwama conducted crime Review Meeting at DPL Pulwama District Police Jammu Organised Say No To Drugs Awareness Programme Ramandeep Kaur looks ‘Bemisal’ in her latest music video Punjab to make international players from rural sports fairs : Harpal Singh Cheema Som Parkash inaugurates four-day Photo Exhibition on AKAM and Flagship Schemes Vigilance Bureau arrests former sarpanch for misappropriating Rs 8 lakh of village Panchayat Tesla Cars Lights Blink In Sync With The Beats Of Irreplaceable Song Naatu Naatu Suryakumar Yadav in ODIs is a non-negotiable, can be tried at number six : Dinesh Karthik Amritpal Singh still absconding, NSA slapped on four of his aides Karnataka elections will send out a message to the nation : Mallikarjun Kharge Tata Hitachi launches the ZX670H Mining Excavator that promises seamless performance and unparalleled productivity Aman Arora Visits Sustainable Impacts Plant In Bengaluru All tests and medicines will be available in government hospital within 2 months : Dr. Balbir Singh International Day of Happiness celebrated by Aryans LPU’s sagacious researchers got another socially useful ‘Patent’ granted Principal Secretary Dr. Asgar Hassan Samoon inaugurates administrative block of Govt Polytechnic College, Poonch Lt Governor Manoj Sinha attends Saras Aajeevika Mela at iconic Dal Lake in Srinagar Why Is Internet Shutdown In Emergency Situations Important? IPL 2023 : Rajasthan Royals retain Kumar Sangakkara in dual role, rope in Mon Brokman as Mental Performance Coach


Heavy snowfall disrupts life in Kashmir

Web Admin

Web Admin

5 Dariya News

Srinagar , 06 Jan 2021

Intermittent heavy snowfall during the last 48 hours threwlife out of gear in Kashmir on Wednesday as the meteorological (MeT) department forecast improvement in weather from afternoon.Over two ft snow accumulated on the ground in plains of the valley while the higher reaches in Jammu and Kashmir received nearly four ft of snow during the last 48 hours.Srinagar-Jammu highway remained closed on Wednesday for the fourth consecutive day while no flight operation took place from Srinagar airport for the second day.Authorities are battling to restore traffic on the main roads in the valley while most of the rural areas remained cut off.Hardships for the locals are compounded by the failure of the electric supply in the rural areas while the same remained erratic in semi-urban and urban areas."There would be improvement in weather conditions from today afternoon and during the next few days, weather is likely to remain mainly dry."This will help increase the day temperatures, but night temperatures would drop significantly during this period", an official of the MeT department said.The ongoing 40-day long period of harsh winter cold known locally as the 'Chillai Kalan' will end on January 31.Srinagar recorded minus 0.9, Pahalgam minus 1.2 and Gulmarg minus 3.5 as the minimum temperatures on Wednesday.The minimum temperature recorded in Kargil was minus 11.6, and Drass had minus 8.6 as the night's lowest temperature.Jammu city had 12.1, Katra 9.2, Batote 3.2, Banihal 0.2 and Bhadarwah 2.2 as the day's lowest temperatures.


Tags: Weather , Srinagar , Kashmir , Jammu And Kashmir , Jammu & Kashmir , Snowfall



related news




Photo Gallery



Video Gallery



5 Dariya News RNI Code: PUNMUL/2011/49000
© 2011-2023 | 5 Dariya News | All Rights Reserved
Powered by: CDS PVT LTD