Weather improving from Monday, says MeT

SRINAGAR:  If you have launched a manhunt in your wardrobes to reclaim the woollen, just wait. Sonum Lotus, Kashmir’s weatherman made famous by his forecasting, says the temperature will improve from Monday.

“There are reports that there has been light snowfall over the peaks around Gulmarg and that is the reason why we have temperatures nose-diving so fast,” Lotus told Kashmir Life. “Because of feeble low pressure system, the already unstable atmosphere has witnessed a sudden dip.”

Lotus said the indications suggest that the temperature will improve in next 15 hours. He does not see any rainfall in the plains, right now.

“The cyclonic circulation over central Pakistan and neighbourhood has become less marked,” a weather reports reads. “The western disturbance as a cyclonic circulation over northeast Jammu and Kashmir and neighbourhood has moved away east- northeastwards.”

Currently the temperature in Srinagar has fallen to a season’s low and will further dip late tonight. It is chilly and wind velocity is improved because of pressure shifts. It is expected to be shiny and autumn normal from Monday.

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