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Kashmir’s Districts Shiver: Anantnag, Ganderbal, Pulwama Hit -5.5°C Amid Chilly Conditions

Srinagar, Jan 04 (WD): The cold wave in Jammu and Kashmir tightens its grip, maintaining dry weather across the region. In Srinagar, the mercury drops to a bone-chilling -3.8°C, while other notable temperatures include Qazigund at -3.4°C, Pahalgam at -5.1°C, and Gulmarg at -4.2°C. The persistent cold conditions are evident in various districts, with Anantnag, Ganderbal, Pulwama, Bandipora, Baramulla, Budgam, Kulgam, and Shopian reporting temperatures ranging from -2.1°C to -5.5°C.

The Jammu Region experiences its own share of winter chill, with Jammu recording 4.7°C, Banihal dipping to -0.4°C, Katra registering 6.2°C, and Bhaderwah enduring a chilly 1.1°C. Meanwhile, the high-altitude regions face even more severe conditions. Leh in Ladakh bears the brunt of an intense cold spell at -11.0°C, while Kargil and Drass experience harsh temperatures of -9.8°C and -12.1°C, respectively. The comprehensive data compiled by Kashmir Weather emphasizes the relentless grip of winter on the entire region.

As temperatures continue to plummet across the diverse landscapes of Jammu and Kashmir, the frigid conditions underscore the challenges faced by residents and highlight the need for precautionary measures. The varying degrees of coldness in different areas paint a vivid picture of the winter landscape, with both urban and remote regions feeling the impact of this relentless cold wave. Authorities and residents alike remain vigilant as they navigate the challenges posed by the severe weather conditions, emphasizing the resilience of the local communities in the face of nature’s formidable forces.(Wattan Daily)

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