SRINAGAR — The Meteorological Department Kashmir on Monday predicted a much-awaited end to the dry spell in Jammu and Kashmir.
According to the forecast, the current dry weather is expected to persist until January 24, after which the region can anticipate a shift in weather patterns.
From January 25 to February 1, various weather phenomena are expected to grace the picturesque landscapes of J&K.
The forecast stated generally cloudy conditions with light snowfall at isolated higher reaches on January 25-26. Subsequently, on January 27-28, the region may experience scattered light rain and snow.
The highlight of the forecast lies in the period from January 29 to January 31, where there is a high probability of light to moderate rain and snow at numerous places across Jammu and Kashmir.
“As February begins, the possibility of light rain and snow at scattered locations on the first day brings further anticipation for a weather change,” it said.
“However, residents are advised to brace themselves for a brief downturn in visibility and a dip in daytime temperatures over the plains of Jammu Division in the next two days due to moderate to dense fog,” the MeT said.