Calling it is an indirect implication of global warming Srinagar in the history of 76 years experienced the hottest day of February ,the mercury scaling to 20.6 degree Celsius.
After 1940 , this was the highest day temperature in the month of February told Director local Meteorological department Sonum Lotus said in an interview.
A weather Kashmir observes in the end of March , bright winter sunshine, sprouting of plants and blooming of flowers was observed a month early , shaping indicators for early spring in Kashmir.
Adhering it to a climate change environmentalist see it as a concern as Srinagar experienced only brief snowfall in past two months without any accumulation of snow.
An expected impact on the farming activities might result in shortfall of the total produce. It is a matter of concern for the farmers especially orchardist.
Noting down, this might be the repercussion of global warming hitting the agriculture in India .