Himachal, Uttarakhand to witness moderate rains; light spells for Kashmir

Himachal, Uttarakhand to witness moderate rains; light spells for Kashmir

05:40 PM

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Monsoon rains have not left showing up in the hilly states of North India during almost the entire month of July and August too followed the same suit. Although the three-digit rainfall figure that was observed by hill stations such as Dharamsala, and landslide causing torrential showers in Shimla, Manali has now taken a step back, light with a few moderate spells has still remained a part of the weather of the hills of North India.

As most of the hill spots of North India have something unique to offer, rains make it all the more worth visiting. However, incidents of landslides and cloud bursts can also make it an unfortunate visit. Moreover, the weekend also has light to moderate spells in stored for the mesmerizing Uttarakhand, Charismatic Jammu & Kashmir and scenic Himachal Pradesh.


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Some light to moderate rains were even recorded by the hills stations of North India in the last 24 hours. Within the span of the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Friday, Dharamsala recorded 32 mm of rains, Dehradun 29 mm, Nainital 22.5 mm, Solan 14.6 mm, Shimla 10 mm and Una witnessed 7 mm of showers.

These rains as per Skymet Weather can be associated with the presence of a feeble Western Disturbance over North Jammu & Kashmir. Moreover, the trough which is running close to the foothills of Himalayas is also considered to be fueling into these rain activities.


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Moreover, for the next 2-3 days, light to moderate rain will continue at many places over Jammu & Kashmir, Uttarakhand, and Himachal Pradesh. In addition, heavy rains at some places over these states cannot be ruled out as well. However, thereafter, the rain intensity may drop. As extremely heavy showers are not predicted, chances of floods and landslides are not that strong.

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