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    The Jhelum River level in Srinagar rose on Monday after consecutive days of rainfall across various parts of Jammu and Kashmir. Despite the increase in water levels, the river remained below the danger mark, providing a sigh of relief to residents and authorities monitoring the situation. 

     

    According to reports, rainfall persisted across the region for the second consecutive day, contributing to the elevation of the river’s water levels. While the wet weather is expected to continue until Tuesday evening, concerns regarding flooding or other related issues have been mitigated by the river’s current status below the danger mark. 

     

    However, amidst the ongoing rainfall in Jammu and Kashmir, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued alerts for heatwave conditions in parts of east and south India until Saturday. This juxtaposition of weather phenomena underscores the diverse climatic conditions prevalent across different regions of the country. 

     

    The IMD’s alert for heatwave conditions highlights the need for residents and authorities in the affected areas to take necessary precautions to mitigate the potential impacts of extreme temperatures. With temperatures expected to soar in certain regions, measures such as staying hydrated, seeking shelter during peak hours, and avoiding strenuous outdoor activities are recommended to ensure personal safety and well-being. 

     

    As the weather patterns continue to fluctuate, residents and authorities alike remain vigilant and prepared to address any challenges arising from both rainfall-induced incidents and heatwave conditions. The timely issuance of alerts and ongoing monitoring of weather patterns are crucial in ensuring the resilience of communities against the impacts of changing climatic conditions. 

     

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