Srinagar, Sept 2:) Weather warning has ended though scattered light rain to moderate rain and thundershowers has been forecasted during the next 24 hours in Union Territory (UT) of Jammu and Kashmir
A Met department spokesman said there could be light to scattered to moderate rain and thundershowers in Kashmir, Jammu regions during the next 24 hours. During the subsequent 48 hours there could be isolated light rain and thundershowers, he said adding the weather will remain dry in Ladakh region.
Weather remained pleasant for the second successive day today with bright sunshine resulting in further surge in the temperature in the valley.
However, the famed ski resort of Gulmarg, 55 km from here in north Kashmir the maximum temperature today was 19 degree, 1.3 degree below normal while the minimum temperature was 11 degree while was about half a notch above normal. Kupwara also in north Kashmir the maximum temperature today was 27.8 degree, which was 2.7 notches below normal. However, the minimum temperature was 17.6 degree, 3.5 notches above normal.
Srinagar, the summer capital of UT, recorded maximum temperature 30.6 degree, 1.5 notches above normal while the minimum temperature was 15.7 degree, 1.5 degree above normal, Met spokesman said.
He said the sky would be partly cloudy to light rain and thundershowers and the maximum and minimum temperatures would be around 30 degree and 17 degree respectively during the next 24 hours in Srinagar.
Famed health resort of Pahalgam in south Kashmir recorded 26.6 degree which was 1.3 notch above normal while the minimum temperature was 13.5 degree, 2.5 degree above normal.
In PaK the maximum temperature in capital Muzaffarabad was 22.6 degree, Mirpur 33 degree, Gilgit 23 degree and Skardu 27.1 degree.