Climate change knocks at Kashmir’s doors

DNA: The day temperatures in Srinagar hover around 22 to 26 degrees Celsius which is 11 degrees above normal in March. What has baffled the farmers and experts is the huge rainfall deficit in March that could affect the agriculture crops in Kashmir. "The temperatures are currently running between five to 10 degrees above normal. This is because the weather systems are not effective", said TK Jotshi, assistant director Metrological Center Kashmir. Met office records show there is a ......

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