For your information, let us tell you that the news is that there is no relief from the severe cold in Jammu and Kashmir. With this, the minimum temperature in the capital Srinagar was minus 6.4 degrees, which was the second coldest night in the last five years. Earlier, minus 8.8 was recorded on January 31, 2021, minus 6.1 on January 24, 2020 and minus 6.3 degree Celsius on January 14, 2017. The all-time minimum temperature in January in Srinagar was minus 14.4 degree Celsius on January 31, 1893. At the same time, last night’s minimum temperature of 3.0 degree Celsius in Jammu has broken the record of last two years. Earlier on January 28, 2022, 4.7 degree Celsius temperature was recorded and on January 1, 2021, it was 4.2 degree Celsius.
With this, the maximum temperature in Jammu on Thursday fell 9.1 degrees below normal to 8.9 degrees Celsius, which was the coldest day of the season so far, which was less than many other districts of Kashmir including Srinagar. Earlier, on January 23, 2016, the day temperature in Jammu was recorded at 7.4 degrees.
It is being told that a fog (fog) alert has been issued by the Meteorological Center Srinagar in the plains of Jammu division till January 6. Along with this, there are chances of rain and snowfall in some parts of Jammu and Kashmir from January 7 to 9. Also, Thursday started with dense fog in Jammu.
Along with this, till 11 am, the city and surrounding areas were covered with fog. During the day there was a feeling of coolness even in the sun. Air and rail services are continuously getting affected due to low light in the fog. Let us inform that last night’s minimum temperature was 5.2 degree Celsius in Banihal, 3.0 degree Celsius in Batote, 4.6 degree Celsius in Katra. It was a sunny day in Srinagar.
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