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Weather Alert: Moderate to Heavy Rain and Snowfall Expected in J&K

The Meteorological Department has issued a significant weather alert for jammu  and Kashmir, forecasting moderate to heavy rain and snowfall in the region. According to the latest updates, the first weather system is expected to affect parts of J&K from tomorrow evening until late night on the 28th. This system will bring moderate rain accompanied by thunderstorms in the plains, along with light to moderate snowfall in the upper reaches of the valley.

Following closely behind, the second weather system is anticipated to impact J&K from the evening of the 29th until the evening of the 31st of March. This system is likely to bring more intense weather conditions, including moderate to heavy rain with thunderstorms in the plains and moderate to heavy snowfall in the higher reaches of the valley. Additionally, residents are advised to be cautious as hailstorms, gusty winds, and lightning events are also possible during this period.

Authorities are urging residents to take necessary precautions and stay updated with the latest weather forecasts. The Travelers are advised to exercise caution, especially while navigating mountainous terrain, as snowfall and icy conditions may affect roadways and visibility. Furthermore, farmers and agricultural workers are encouraged to safeguard crops and livestock against potential damage from the adverse weather.

Emergency response teams are on standby to address any unforeseen emergencies that may arise due to the inclement weather. Residents are reminded to stay indoors during thunderstorms and to avoid open fields and high ground. It is essential to stay informed through reliable sources and follow any advisories issued by local authorities to ensure personal safety and well-being.

As the region braces for the approaching weather systems, residents are reminded to check on vulnerable individuals, including the elderly and those with medical conditions, to ensure their safety and well-being. The Meteorological Department will continue to monitor the situation closely and provide updates as necessary to keep the public informed and prepared for any developments in the weather conditions.

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