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Snowfall Update: Yellow alert issued for Jammu & Kashmir, intense situation on cards for Himachal Pradesh, details here

Snowfall Update: The Meteorological Department on Sunday issued a yellow warning for significant snowfall in J&K on January 30 despite slight improvements in nighttime temperatures across the state.

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Snowfall to happen in these states

On January 30, MeT authorities predicted moderate to severe snowfall in Pirpanjal, south Kashmir, and Doda-Kistawar, as well as widespread rain and snow in Jammu (more than 75 percent chances)

Yellow alert has been issued by the MeT in light of the prognosis. There are four different colour codes that represent the level of caution: green, which indicates that no action is required, yellow, which indicates that the situation needs to be watched, orange, which indicates that the government agencies need to be ready for severe weather, and red, which indicates that the agencies must take immediate action.

Similar guidelines have been issued for Himachal Pradesh too. The districts of Kullu, Kinnaur, Lahaul, and Spiti, as well as the higher elevations of Chamba, Kangra, Mandi, Sirmaur, and Shimla, are expected to have mild to moderate snowfall.

Most locations in plains and lower and intermediate hills during this time may see light to moderate rainfall. Additionally, isolated areas of the state might see hail, thunderstorms, and lightning.

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Kashmir is under the grip of Chillai Kalan

Kashmir is now experiencing Chillai-Kalan, a brutal 40-day winter storm that began on December 21 and will finish on January 30. Chillai-Khurd, which lasts for 20 days from January 30 to February 19, and Chillai-Bacha, or “baby cold,” which lasts for 10 days from February 20 to March 1, come after it.

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