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Jammu City Shivers as Thermometer Plunges to 2.5°C, Marking Lowest January Temperature Since 2017

Srinagar, Jan 14: Jammu City experienced an unusual chill today as the mercury plummeted to 2.5°C, recording the lowest temperature for the month of January since 2017.
This stark drop is 4.5°C below the usual temperatures expected during this time of the year, sending residents reaching for their winter layers.

The last time Jammu City witnessed such frigid conditions in January was back in 2017, making this recent dip noteworthy. The record for the all-time lowest temperature in the city stands at 0.5°C, recorded on January 24, 2016.

As residents grapple with the unseasonable cold, meteorological experts attribute this sudden drop to specific weather patterns and atmospheric conditions. Authorities are urging citizens to take necessary precautions, emphasizing the need for staying warm and vigilant against the chilly weather.

The stark contrast from typical January temperatures raises concerns about the impact of such extremes on daily life and local ecosystems.(Kashmir weather)

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