Srinagar, May 16 (UNI) People across the globe can now get information about weather, particularly temperature, in the Kashmir valley on phone.
The information about the weather in Kashmir is just a phone call away, a spokesman of the weather office here said.
He said anyone can make a call and get information about the temperature in different parts of the valley.
Efforts are on to get the call toll-free, he said.
Meanwhile, the Kashmir valley witnessed second hottest day and night of this summer.
After witnessing strong winds and rain last evening, people experienced hottest night of the season so far as temperature was recorded 14 degrees Celsius, three degree above normal.
The maximum was 29 degrees, which was five degree above normal today.
However, hottest day of the season so far was experienced on May 3, when the maximum temperature was recorded six degree above normal.
Strong winds last evening uprooted trees and disrupted power supply in many areas of the city.
Due to disruption in the power supply, the Doodganga water treatment plant was affected due to which water could not be lifted to the plant.
The Executive Engineer Water Works said the water supply in most areas in the city, particularly in the uptown areas was affected today.
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