Srinagar’s Temperature Is Minus 1.2 While Drass Stays In Deep Freeze At Below 13.4.

2, the coldest so far this season, while the Temperature in Drass town of Ladakh dropped to a bone chilling minimum of minus 13.4.Srinagar : , Nov 16, 2016 : As mercury continues its fall, Srinagar recorded Tuesday minus 1.2.The coldest Temperature this season was in Drass, Ladakh, which dropped to a minimum of minus 13.4.
An official of the MeT department said due to clear night sky, the minimum temperatures across J&K and Ladakh dropped further on Tuesday.A MeT official stated that the temperatures in J&K, Ladakh and Ladakh were even lower on Tuesday due to the clear night skies.

 Srinagar’s Temperature Is Minus 1.2 While Drass Stays In Deep Freeze At Below

“At minus 1.2 Srinagar recorded the coldest night so far while Pahalgam and Gulmarg had minus 4.7 and minus 1.2 respectively”.Srinagar was the coldest place in India at minus1.2, while Pahalgam had minus4.7 and Gulmarg had recorded minus1.2 and minus1.2 respectively.

The official said Leh town of Ladakh had minus 10.8 and Kargil minus 6.8 as the night’s lowest temperature.Officials stated that Kargil had 6.8 degrees and Leh, Ladakh, 10.8 degrees.

Jammu city and Katra, both had 9.7, Batote 6.3, Banihal 5.0 and Bhaderwah 1.7.Jammu and Katra had 9.7 each, Batote 6.3, Banihal 5.0 and Bhaderwah 1.

“A weak western disturbance (WD) is likely to pass over J&K and Ladakh on Wednesday and Thursday.A weak west disturbance (WD), is expected to cross J&K on Wednesday and Thursday.

“Under the influence of this WD there is likelihood of rise in night temperatures and drop in day temperatures during this period,” the official said.The official stated that there was a possibility of night Temperature rising and day temperatures dropping under the influence of the WD.

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