Srinagar, June 17: The meteorological department in Jammu and Kashmir has forecast mainly dry weather from June 18 onwards, as minimum temperatures recorded an increase across the region on Saturday.
According to the department’s official, Srinagar witnessed a low temperature of 16.0°C, slightly higher than the previous night’s 15.6°C. The temperature in the summer capital was 1.2°C above normal.
The weather department has predicted isolated light rains in Jammu and Kashmir over the next 24 hours, followed by mainly dry weather from June 23 onwards.
As the region experiences a rise in night temperatures and a mainly dry weather forecast, residents and tourists can expect relatively pleasant conditions in the coming days.