J&K Weather update: light snowfall at isolated places on higher reaches during next 2 days. The weather is likely to remain partly cloudy with possibility of light snowfall at isolated places on higher reaches of J&K and Ladakh during the next two days. However, there is no forecast for any major snowfall activity during the
Weather Update: Isolated heavy rainfall/snowfall is likely over J&K. Thunderstorm accompanied with lightning hail & gusty wind (speed reaching 30-40 kmph or more) at isolated places is very likely over Western Himalayan region and plains of northwest India during 11th to 13th March. Isolated heavy rainfall/snowfall is likely over J & K, Ladakh, Gilgit-Baltistan on
Widespread rainfall/snowfall most likely over J&K from 05th to 07th March. Under the influence of a Western Disturbance and its induced cyclonic circulation. Widespread rainfall/snowfall most likely over Western Himalayan region during 05th to 07th March, 2020. Fairly widespread to widespread rainfall very likely over Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh and isolated to
J&K Met Department has predicted a fresh spell of rain and snowfall. In Jammu & Kashmir, the Met Department has predicted a fresh spell of rain and snowfall in the Kashmir Valley from today till the weekend.
J&K Weather update another spell of rain and snowfall predicted from 13-15 Feb. Another spell of rain in plain and snowfall on higher reaches of Jammu and Kashmir during 13-15th feb 2019. This spell will be of lower intensity & snow accumulation than the previous one. Looks like, this will be followed by another spell
J&K Weather update: Met forecast moderate to heavy rain and snowfall. Fresh snowfall started in the valley on Monday as the Met forecast moderate to heavy rain and snowfall across Jammu and Kashmir over the next two days till Wednesday. “Widespread moderate to rather heavy rain and snowfall is likely to occur during the next
Jammu and Kashmir Weather update for Next 7 days. The local meteorological department Tuesday predicted a heavier spell of snow in Kashmir from next Saturday. A Met official said the snowfall is expected from January 19, peaking on January 22. At higher reaches it can be heaviest. In plains it can be light to moderate.
Heavy rain, snowfall, wind-storm cause havoc; 180 houses damaged, 2 killed NH, Doda-Kishtwar road blocked after fresh landslides, 5000 vehicles stranded Heavy rain, snowfall, wind and thunderstorm caused havoc in Kashmir and many parts of Jammu as the roof tops of over 180 houses were uprooted in Doda and Ramban areass, two persons were killed