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Weather Update, Heavy Rain, Thunderstorm Expected In J&K

Over the next few days, the weather across the region is expected to exhibit a mix of conditions, ranging from dry spells to bouts of precipitation accompanied by thunderstorm activity. Here’s a breakdown of the forecast for each period:

April 24th – 25th:Anticipate generally dry weather conditions, with the possibility of isolated thundershowers in certain areas. South Kashmir, Badgam, Poonch, Rajouri, and Banihal regions may experience hailstorm activity.

*April 26th – 28th:* Expect cloudy skies with light to moderate rain and even snowfall over higher elevations. Thunder, lightning, hailstorms, and gusty winds may occur in some places, with the likelihood of heavy rain particularly on April 28th.

April 29th – 30th: Cloudy conditions persist with light rain and scattered thunderstorms expected across various locations.

May 1st – 3rd:* Generally dry weather is forecasted during this period.

Farmers are advised to resume farm operations until April 25th. However, temporary disruptions in traffic are expected over higher mountain passes such as Zojila, Sinthan Pass, Mughal Road, Razdan Pass, etc., on April 28th. Travelers and tourists are urged to plan their journeys accordingly on this date.

There’s a possibility of waterlogging in low-lying areas due to the forecasted precipitation, and a temporary increase in water levels is expected in rivers, streams, and tributaries, including the Jehlum River.

Safety Measures
Residents and travelers are encouraged to stay updated on weather forecasts and take necessary precautions, especially during periods of adverse weather conditions. It’s essential to be prepared for possible disruptions in transportation and outdoor activities.

As the weather fluctuates over the coming days, it’s crucial for individuals to remain vigilant and adapt their plans accordingly. Whether engaging in agricultural activities, commuting, or embarking on leisure trips, staying informed and prepared can help mitigate any potential risks associated with the changing weather patterns.

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