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EXCLUSIVE: MERCURY GOES UP IN VALLEY, NO RESPITE IN IMMINENT DAYS

Yawar Shafi, Srinagar: The rise in temperature across the Kashmir valley is signaling the arrival of a delayed summer as rainfall, which had led to cold weather conditions till recently, has finally stopped.

The end of daily downpour in most parts of the Valley has caused a significant rise in temperature in the past several days. The rise in the mercury signals the arrival of a delayed summer as the day temperature is recording a sharp increase.

In Srinagar, where temperature had failed to rise in the past few months, the mercury has neared average 33°C, the meteorological department data said.

In the recent days, the day temperature in Srinagar as well as in other parts of the Valley, including its holidaying resorts, hovered around the average July temperature. Nearly all districts of the Valley had recorded heavy downpour last month, which the meteorological department described as “excess” or “large excess” precipitation.

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