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Heat wave continues as mercury remain above normal, flash flood warning issued for Aug 26,27

Heat wave continued as mercury remained above normal, affecting vegetable, fruit and other crops in the Kashmir valley, where there could be light to moderate rain, thunderstorm with 30 km to 40 km per hour gusty winds for two days from August 26 which could probably result in flash flood at some places.
A Met department spokesman said Monday evening weather will remain mainly dry during the next 24 hours in the Kashmir valley, Union Territory (UT) of Ladakh, Gilgit and Baltistan in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK) while fairly widespread light to moderate rain in Jammu region.
He said weather remained hot during the past 24 hours when the mercury remained above normal, badly hitting the orchards and farmers besides acute shortage of drinking water leading to protests in the Kashmir valley.

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