Weather Report: Snowfall Continues in Valley, Cold Winds Increase Chill in Plains, Avalanches in Many Places in Gulmarg – Weather Forecast: Snowfall Continues in Valley, Cold Winds Increase Chill in Plains


The continuous snowfall and rain in the hilly areas, including Himachal Pradesh, came to an end on Wednesday. With the exception of a few areas, the weather remained clear in most of the towns, but a chill wind prevailed in the plains. In Himachal, 287 roads and 116 power transformers also remained blocked on Wednesday. At the same time, snowfall also continued in Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday. Meanwhile, there were avalanches in many places in Gulmarg.

Many areas of Bilaspur, Sundernagar, Mandi and Kangra of Himachal had fog in the morning and evening. This had an impact on vehicle traffic. It was sunny in the capital Shimla.

Snow Chance Again in Shimla: Meteorological officials have forecast rain and snowfall in the high hill districts of Shimla, Solan, Sirmaur, Mandi, Kullu, Chamba, Kinnaur and Lahaul-Spiti. The weather is predicted to remain clear in the flat districts of Una, Bilaspur, Hamirpur and Kangra. desk

Normal rainfall likely in February in northwestern India: The Meteorological Department (IMD) on Wednesday forecast normal rainfall in northwestern India in February, while the region is likely to see fewer cold snap days. The minimum temperature is likely to be normal or lower than normal in most parts of the country, except for northeast and adjacent eastern India. IMD director general M Mohapatra said maximum temperatures in most parts of the Indian peninsula in February are likely to be below normal.

Avalanche kills two foreign skiers

Two foreign skiers Koziltoff (43) and Adam Grech (45) were killed in an avalanche at the world-famous Gulmarg ski resort in Kashmir. 19 foreign skiers and two local guides were rescued during the rescue operation by Jammu and Kashmir Police with the help of other local agencies. According to the police, the killed skiers came from Poland.

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