Intense cold grips Kashmir valley, Srinagar records minimum temperature of minus 8.8 degree Celsius

Temperature in the Kashmir valley plunges to minus 8.8 degrees Celsius. (Photo/ANI)

Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], January 31: As serious virus keeps on holding the Kashmir Valley, Srinagar enrolled a recorded least temperature of short 8.8 degree Celsius on Saturday night. 

The fall in temperature has additionally been recorded in a few regions of Kashmir Valley. This has prompted the interruption everyday exercises of local people. 

Imtiyaz Ahmed, a nearby of Srinagar said that the Valley has never seen a particularly harshest winter over the most recent 30 years. 

"Without precedent for a very long time, we are seeing the harshest winter. We are confronting issues like shortage of water as the water freezes when it contacts the surface," he told ANI. 

Ahmed additionally featured a portion of the issues looked by neighborhood occupants. 

"Individuals are additionally confronting trouble in strolling and driving on streets as they become elusive because of snowfall," he added. 

As the district is seeing substantial snowfall nowadays, the travel industry likewise picked its speed as sightseers convergence has expanded because of snowfall. 

"Winter the travel industry is progressing admirably and the quality and amount of snowfall is a gift. We have the most excellent key objections on the planet like Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Tulip nursery and Srinagar," Sarmad Hafeez, Tourism Secretary had prior said. 

"The state government is arranging some super occasions in Gulmarg and Pahalgam to draw in more travelers," he added. 

According to the release by the Regional Meteorological Center, Srinagar, the most extreme temperature has contacted 2 degrees Celsius and the base temperature plunged to short 8.8 degrees Celsius in Srinagar. 

Indian Meteorological Department likewise anticipated rainstorm went with lightning and hail at segregated places likely over Jammu and Kashmir on February 3-4. (ANI)
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