Normal lives disrupt after heavy snowfall in J&K

08 Feb 2019 11:03 AM

Normal lives disrupt after heavy snowfall in J&K

Updated 08 Feb 2019 11:03 AM

Weather improved in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday after the state recieved the heaviest snowfall so far this season, with the Met predicting further improvement by Saturday.

"The western disturbance that caused rain and heavy snowfall is moving out. Weather has already improved and we are expecting further improvement during the next 24 hours," a Met official said.

Heavy snowfall in the Kashmir Valley over the past 24 hours triggered avalanches and landslides at various places

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