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Expect sunshine, rise in temp for next few days

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Srinagar: Temperatures are likely to rise in Kashmir as weather is expected to remain dry for the next 5 days, Kashmir_Weather reported in its daily forecast.

However, thundershower activity is expected at one or two places during upcoming days particularly towards late afternoon/evening because of the local development. No major weather system is approaching J&K.


Kashmir_weather is a social media handle run by a 19-year-old whose interest and knowledge in meteorology was recently reported by The Kashmir Monitor.

On Wednesday, Srinagar recorded day maximum temperature of 21 degrees Celsius on Tuesday.

Qazigund, Pahalgam, Kokernag & Anantnag recorded maxima day temperatures of 18.3, 16, 18.3 & 18 degrees Celsius respectively.

Kupwara recorded maximum temperature of 21.3 degrees Celsius. The water levels which increased due to frequent rainfall have also come down.