SRINAGAR: Inclement weather is likely to continue in the state of Jammu and Kashmir as the Meteorological department has predicted wet weather for another three days from Sunday.
“Scattered rainfall at few places would be witnessed on Sunday in Jammu and Kashmir. Whereas as fairly widespread and isolated rains will be observed on Monday and Tuesday respectively in both the divisions,” the MeT officials said.
“However, the Ladakh region is expected to be mostly dry these days,” the officials informed.
As per the weather officials, light rains and thundershowers would take place in the afternoon in Srinagar on Sunday with the maximum temperature expected to be around 26 degrees celsius while as the mercury in Jammu is likely to reach up to 38 degrees celsius.
On Saturday, Srinagar a received traces of rainfall while as no rainfall was reported in Jammu and Ladakh divisions.
The maximum temperature in the summer and winter capitals were recorded at 22.5 and 40.8 degrees celsius respectively. The humidity levels were registered at 56 and 18 per cent in the two divisions respectively.