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In feet, inches: This is how much snow fell across J&K

Ziraat Times Team Report

Kulgam-Aharbal Road on Jan 8, 2022.

Srinagar, Jan 9: The week’s snow spell has just ended. Based on official readings and anecdotal accounts, Ziraat Times below compiles how much snowfall has been recorded in various areas of J&K.

As can be seen, there are wide variations between the amounts of  snowfall within Kashmir valley plains. As already predicted in Ziraat Times outlook issued on January 4, due to warmer lower atmosphere temperature brought about by southerly winds, many plain areas of Kashmir experienced rain and sleet for first 3 days, as forecast.

Compare here what Ziraat Times outlook issued on January 4 said about how much snow would fall this week

Curious to know how much snow will fall in Kashmir coming week? Here is detailed ZT Outlook

Area-wise snowfall recorded as on Saturday afternoon:
Srinagar – 5-7 inches
Ganderbal – 2-4 inches
Sonamarg – 4 feet
Gund – 8 inches to one foot
Kangan – 4-6 inches
Anantnag – 4-6 inches
Pahalgam – one foot
Kokernag – 8 inches- 1 foot
Kulgam – 2 feet
Damhal Hanjipora – 3-4 feet
Aharbal – 4-5 feet
Shopian – 3 feet
Herpora – 4-5 feet
Keller- 3 feet
Pulwama – 4- 8 inches
Sangerwani – 3 feet
Pakherpora – 1.5 feet
Awantipora – 4-6 inches
Tral – 4-8 inches
Budgam 6-8 – inches
Khag – 1.5 feet
Baramulla – 4-18 inches
Uri-Boniyar – 6-8 inches
Gulmarg – 4-5 feet
Kupwara – 6-12 inches
Furkian top – 4 feet
Z Gali – 5 feet
District Ramban:
Banihal: 2 feet
Gool: 2 feet
Pogal: 1.5 feet
Neel: 2 feet
Khari: 1.5 feet
Patnitop: 6-8 inches
District Kishtwar
Warwan – 3 feet 10 inches
Marwah  – 2 ft  7 inches
Dachhan – 1 foot
Machail – 2 feet, 8 inches
Ishtiyari – 2 feet, 9 inches
Atholi – 8 inches
Jawalapur – 8 inches
Davi Gol – 1 ft 9 inches
Bhatkoot -10 inches
Sinthan Top – 5 ft 6 inches
Watsar – 2 feet, 4 inches
Kishtwar 3 inches

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