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Higher reaches of Jammu and Kashmir to receive rains, snow from March 3: Met

Moderate rain or snow is expected on higher reaches of Jammu and Kashmir from March 3 afternoon (Sunday), the state’s meteorological department said on Friday.

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Director Meteorological department, J&K, Sonam Lotus in a weather bulletin forecast moderate rains or snow on higher reaches of Jammu and Kashmir regions from Sunday afternoon.

“Expect moderate rain /snow on higher reaches of Jmu n Kmr regions from this evening to 3rd Mar afternoon. Thunderstorm with hail is also possible in some parts of Jmu region on 3rd Mar,” Lotus said

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