Kashmir is under the influence of cold weather as dense fog covers Srinagar, affecting visibility in many valley areas. The Meteorological Center in Srinagar has predicted dry weather for Jammu and Kashmir, but isolated morning fog may persist in the Kashmir region in the next 24 hours.
Lack of rainfall and overcast skies in Srinagar contribute to atmospheric haze, resulting in reduced visibility. The dense fog that continues to prevail in Srinagar creates difficulties for vehicles in the early morning and evening hours.
According to meteorological data, Srinagar experienced a low temperature of 0.8°C and a high temperature of 12.5°C on the previous Monday. Other minimum temperatures recorded include Kupwara at -0.8°C, Qazigund at -0.4°C, Kokarnaag at 1.2°C and Pahalgam at -2.6°C.
Gulmarg recorded -1.2°C, Anantnag -0.3°C, Pulwama -2.1°C, Shopian -3.8°C, Kulgam 0.2°C, Budgam -2.3°C, Baramulla 0 .1°C, Bandipora -2.5°C, Jammu 12.6°C, Banihal 2.2°C, Batote 6.1°C, Bhaderwah 3.8°C, Katra 10.5°C, Reasi 9 .9°C, Samba 9.2°C and Kathua 12.2°C.
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