Srinagar: The local Meteorological department on Monday said that weather will remain dry in Jammu and Kashmir this week.
“Mainly dry and pleasant weather is expected in most parts of the state this week,” director MeT Sonum Lotus told Kashmir Reader.
“Right now there is no sign of arrival of fresh wester disturbances over Jammu and Kashmir which may trigger rainfall. So the weather will normally remain dry,” he said.
As the weather is expected to be dry, the day and night temperatures across the valley are likely to show an increase in the upcoming days which have dipped subsequently after the fresh spells of rainfall.
On Monday, Srinagar recorded a maximum temperature of 20.4 while the minimum temperature was settled at 9.8 degrees Celsius respectively.
Jammu witnessed a maximum and minimum temperatures of 36.7 and 21.1 while as Leh saw 19.1 and 4.0 degrees Celsius as it maximum and minimum temperatures respectively.
However, there was no rainfall recorded at any part of the state expect some traces of rainfall in Batote in Jammu division.
Relative humidity recorded at 17;30 hrs in Srinagar was 53% while as in Jammu it was 27%.