Temperatures rise as dry weather conditions prevail in Kashmir

Temperatures rise as dry weather conditions prevail in Kashmir

By: Javaid Malik MK


Rising temperatures have given a new life to the aged people as they have now completely moved out from their homes in summer clothing in the entire Kashmir valley.

The rising temperatures have also resulted in sprouting of flowers of different kinds, especially the almond flowers.

The almond trees are in full bloom and hundreds of them are attracting a large number of people to Badamweir in Srinagar. Bagh-i-waris Khan or Badamweiri is presently the main tourist attraction in Srinagar city as dozens of vehicles with tourists are coming to this garden daily.

The Government of Jammu and Kashmir has already declared spring season open in Kashmir valley and very soon the Asia’s largest Tulip Garden would be open for tourists and visitors.

Locals, especially the families living in the vicinity of Badamwari have started going to this garden to witness the almond bloom along with their kids.

According to IANS in its weather report on Friday, it said as follows. Weather remained dry on Friday in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, with the possibility of light rain/thundershower towards the afternoon during the next 24 hours, said an official of the Met Department.

The minimum temperature on Friday in Srinagar was 8.5 degrees Celsius, Pahalgam 2.0 and Gulmarg 5.0.

In the Ladakh region, Drass town had minus 8.8, Leh 1.4 and Kargil minus 2.8 as the night’s lowest temperature.

Jammu city recorded 24.0, Katra 20.7, Batote 13.1, Banihal 8.8 and Bhaderwah 9.4 as the lowest temperature.

With IANS inputs


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