weatherman predicted no end to the scorching heat till June 11.he most parts of Jammu and Kashmir including summer capital recorded the hottest day of the season on Wednesday while as the
The twin capitals of J&K including Jammu and Srinagar recorded the season’s hottest day at 34.7 and 42.7 degrees Celsius respectively today.
Officials in the Meteorological department said that the temperature witnessed an increase across Jammu and Kashmir and most parts of the Union Territory recorded the hottest day of the season today.
The official further said that the temperature would continue to remain the same for the next two days.
“As per the prediction, there is possibility of light to moderate rainfall across Jammu and Kashmir from 11 to 13 June, which would provide some relief from the prevalent hot weather conditions,” he said.