MeT predicts snow from Jan 26

One-way traffic restored on highway

Srinagar: The Meteorological department on Thursday predicted another spell of snow in Kashmir from January 26 and further dip in temperatures.
There will be light snow in Kashmir on the intervening night of January 24 and 25, said MeT Deputy Director Mukhtar Ahmad.
According to him, it will be followed by another spell from January 26.
Ahmad said weather will change gradually from Saturday evening, he told Kashmir Reader.
Ahmad said that the temperature will also see little dip during morning hours from January 25. However, he said there was no weather warning.
The weather remained dry in Kashmir over last 24 hours after the fresh snowfall occurred in many places of Kashmir including Anantnag, Baramulla, Ganderbal and Srinagar and other plain areas of the J&K.
Hilly areas like Pahalgam, Gulmarg, and Qazigund also received heavy snowfall.
Meanwhile, traffic was restored on Srinagar-Jammu after remaining closed for three days.
Superintendent of Traffic Police (Rural), Muzaffar Shah said landslides were cleared from the highway and there was no major disruption in the road connectivity on Srinagar-Jammu highway.
He said all vehicles including LMVs and HMVs would be allowed to ply from Srinagar towards Jammu on Friday.
The traffic will be stopped if there will be landslide or any serious disruption, he added.

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