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Heavy Rainfall Soaks Jammu and Kashmir: IMD’s Rainfall Records

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a noteworthy announcement regarding the recent heavy to very heavy rainfall that has engulfed the Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh regions. These regions, known for their breathtaking landscapes, have experienced a deluge that has left a significant impact on the area. Some notable rainfall records have been documented, shedding light on the intensity of the precipitation.

Here’s a glimpse of the rainfall records reported during this period:

LocationRainfall (in cm)
Katra (Reasi)17
Reasi (Reasi)14
Kathua (Kathua)12
Udhampur (Udhampur)6

The picturesque town of Katra in the Reasi district recorded a substantial 17 cm of rainfall during this timeframe. Reasi itself was drenched with 14 cm of rainfall, underscoring the intensity of the weather event. Other regions, including Kathua and Udhampur, have also experienced noteworthy rainfall, further adding to the cumulative impact of this rain event.

The IMD’s announcement serves as a reminder of the unpredictable nature of weather patterns, particularly in hilly and mountainous regions. The sudden surge of heavy to very heavy rainfall within a span of two days highlights the vulnerability of these regions to intense weather systems.

For residents and travelers in these areas, staying informed about weather forecasts and updates becomes crucial. These records provide valuable insights into the amount of rainfall received, enabling individuals and local authorities to take necessary precautions to ensure safety and minimize the impact of such weather events.

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