Heat wave concludes as heavy rains bring respite from scorching temperature
Srinagar, Jun 05 : A day after the local Metrological department declared heat wave in Kashmir, the heavy rains accompanied by the blustery winds Tuesday brought relief to the people from heat.
Srinagar, the summer capital of the state had recorded temperature of 34.4 degree Celsius on Monday following which the MeT department declared heat wave across the Valley, saying there is no prediction of any wet spell in the coming days.
However, the Tuesday afternoon came as a surprise to the people as the heavy rains accompanied by the blustery winds lashed the Valley.
The heavy rains brought respite to the people from scorching heat.
Meanwhile, the local meteorological department said that the temperature will go down.
“There will be an impact of today’s rains and the temperature across the Valley will go down from today for couple of days,” Deputy Director MeT, Mukhtar Ahmad told Kashmir News Service (KNS) over phone.
He said that there is no prediction of rainfall so far but the temperature won’t go high as witnessed in past couple of days. (KNS)