Mughal Road closed after fresh snowfall on Sunday


Snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir: According to officials, the majority of the high altitude region suffered light to moderate overnight snowfall, therefore the Mughal Road, a detour connecting Kashmir with the rest of the nation, was blocked to vehicular traffic on Sunday, November 6.

However, they claimed that despite heavy rains that hit large portions of Jammu and Kashmir, traffic on the crucial Srinagar-Jammu National Highway is proceeding regularly.

According to officials, the Mughal route between Poshana and Peer Ki Gali, which connects the twin districts of Poonch and Rajouri in Jammu province with the Shopian district in south Kashmir, has more than five inches of snow on it.

Under the impact of a western disturbance, the weatherman has predicted unfavourable weather in Jammu and Kashmir, including sporadic rain and snowfall until November 10 (Thursday).

Mughal Road closed after fresh snowfall on Sunday

Due to the significant snowfall in the 11,433-foot-high Peer Ki Gali, Mughal Road is typically closed throughout the winter.

According to a representative of the traffic administration, there have been no reports of vehicle traffic disruptions along the 270-kilometer Jammu–Srinagar National Highway.

In the intervening night between Saturday and Sunday, Jammu City also had high-speed winds and a period of heavy rain, but no damage was reported, they said.

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