The meteorological department official stated that dry weather is expected in Jammu and Kashmir over the next 24 hours, with no significant changes anticipated until June 12.
In terms of temperatures, Srinagar experienced a low of 16.0°C, which was 1.7°C above the normal temperature for this time of year in the summer capital, compared to the previous night’s low of 14.7°C.
Qazigund, the gateway town of Kashmir, recorded a low of 13.6°C, surpassing the normal temperature by 0.7°C compared to the previous night’s low of 12.8°C.
Pahalgam, the renowned tourist resort in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district, had a low of 7.6°C, which was 0.6°C below the normal temperature, slightly cooler than the previous night’s low of 7.2°C.
In Kupwara town, the mercury settled at 13.9°C, indicating a temperature 1.3°C higher than the normal for the north Kashmir region, in contrast to the previous night’s low of 11.8°C.
Kokernag experienced a low of 10.8°C, which was 1.3°C below the normal temperature for the area.
Gulmarg, the internationally renowned skiing resort in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, recorded a low of 11.6°C, exceeding the normal temperature by 2.8°C, compared to the previous night’s low of 10.4°C.
Moving to Jammu, the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir, the low temperature was 27.9°C, indicating a deviation of 2.2°C above the normal temperature, compared to the previous night’s low of 26.0°C.
Banihal recorded a low temperature of 14.1°C, which was within the normal range. Batote had a low of 15.4°C, exceeding the normal temperature by 0.5°C. Katra experienced a low of 24.6°C, surpassing the normal temperature by 2.5°C. Bhaderwah had a low of 11.3°C, which was 2.2°C below the normal temperature.
In Ladakh, Leh had a low temperature of 10.2°C, while Kargil had a low of 15.0°C.