Numerous regions in the higher scopes of Kashmir experienced crisp snowfall on Sunday even as a cloudy sky prompted to alleviation from exceptional chilly conditions as the mercury expanded over the Valley and Ladakh area. Meteorological (MeT) division has anticipated far reaching downpours or snow more than three days.
Crisp snowfall was recorded in Gulmarg, Pahalgam and Kupwara regions of Kashmir toward the beginning of today, a MeT official here said. He said while one centimeter of snow was recorded in Kupwara where it began to snow amid the night, the twin traveler resorts of Gulmarg and Pahalgam got snowfall at the beginning of today. There were reports of snowfall in numerous different regions in the higher scopes of the Valley.
The MeT Office has conjecture genuinely far reaching to across the board rains or snow with substantial falls at secluded places more than three days from on Sunday.
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