Srinagar, Jun 3 : The Meteorological Department has warned of Widespread (WS) rain, Thunderstorm (TS), lightening with gusty winds at isolated places during the next 48 hours in the Kashmir valley, where sky was cloudy since this morning though sun appeared occasionally.
There could be WS rain during the next two days, June 4 and 5- in the Kashmir valley, a Met spokesman said here on Monday afternoon.
This will follow scattered and isolated rain during the subsequent two days.
However, during the next 48 hours there is possibility of TS, lightening and 40 to 50 km per hour gusty winds at isolated places in the valley, where people are busy in shopping and other activities for Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations, which will mark the end of holy month of Ramadhan.
He said after witnessing above normal maximum temperature on Sunday, the minimum witnessed surge in the valley.
There could be light rain and thundershowers in the summer capital, Srinagar, during the next 24 hours which could result in drop in the mercury, he said adding the maximum temperature could be 25 degree and minimum 15 degree, about two notches below normal, in Srinagar during the next 24 hours.
He said there is possibility of very light rain or thundershowers in Leh in Ladakh region during the next 24 hours when the maximum and minimum temperatures would be 21 degree and 10 degrees, respectively.
There is no possibility of immediate relief from heat wave in winter capital, Jammu, where the maximum and minimum temperatures would be 42 degree and 30 degree, respectively during the next 24 hours. (UNI)