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Weather Update During Next 48 Hours

Wattandaily.com brings you the latest weather forecast for Jammu and Kashmir over the next 48 hours. Expect widespread heavy to very heavy snowfall in the upper reaches of Jammu and Kashmir. Additionally, moderate to heavy rainfall is anticipated across most plains of Kashmir. North and South Kashmir will experience moderate to heavy intensity snowfall, while central Kashmir, including Srinagar, will see moderate snowfall during this period.

For the Jammu plains, moderate to heavy rainfall accompanied by thundershowers is predicted during the next 48 hours. This combination of precipitation may lead to challenging travel conditions and localized flooding in low-lying areas. Residents are advised to stay updated on weather alerts and take necessary precautions.

In the upper reaches of Jammu and Kashmir, the heavy snowfall may disrupt road and air travel, leading to possible closures of mountain passes and delays in flights. It is advisable for travelers to check with local authorities and airlines before embarking on any journeys during this time.

Farmers and agricultural communities should also be prepared for the impact of inclement weather on crops and livestock. Heavy snowfall can affect grazing areas and may require additional measures to ensure the safety and well-being of animals.

Despite the disruptions caused by the adverse weather conditions, there is hope on the horizon. Weather forecasters predict an improvement in conditions starting from February 21st across Jammu and Kashmir. This improvement may bring relief to residents and travelers alike, with a decrease in precipitation and more stable weather patterns.

However, until then, it is essential for everyone to remain vigilant and prepared for the challenges posed by the upcoming weather. Stay informed through reliable sources of information and follow any advisories or warnings issued by local authorities.

By staying informed and taking proactive measures, residents of Jammu and Kashmir can navigate through the next 48 hours of potentially challenging weather conditions with resilience and safety in mind.(WD)

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