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Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Jan 31 ( ANI ): The Snow and Avalanche Study Establishment (SASE) has issued an avalanche warning in several districts of Jammu and Kashmir for next 24 hours.
The avalanche warning comes as Scotland's ski centres are enjoying their best Christmas for more than a decade because of the snowy weather.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 19 (ANI): Chandigarh-based Snow and Avalanche Study Establishment (SASE) has issued a low-danger avalanche warning for some avalanche-prone areas of Jammu and Kashmir.
Aamir Ali, head of Kashmir disaster management, has said that the department has issued a "high danger" avalanche warning for the higher reaches of Naugam, Kaiyan and Gurez sector for Saturday and "medium danger" warnings for higher reaches of Chowkibal, Tangdhar, Keran, Machil, Sonamarg, Gulmarg and Uri.
Avalanche warning service spokesman Rudi Mair said: "This is a type of snowfall we have not seen for years.
Off-piste runs in the Swiss resorts of Grindelwald, Wenden and Murren have been given an avalanche warning of five - the highest possible grade.
23 ( ANI ): The Meteorological Department of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday announced an avalanche warning after fresh and heavy spell of snow since last two days covered the entire Kashmir valley.
Climbers have been given an avalanche warning for the Highlands.
AN URGENT avalanche warning was issued to climbers in the Scottish Highlands yesterday - five days after four people died after being buried under tons of snow near Ben Nevis.
Snow Avalanche Study Establishment (SASE) had issued an avalanche warning last evening and asked the people living in high altitude areas not to venture in the area, which has been receiving heavy snowfall for the past three days.
Lyndsey's mother desperately pleads with the team to keep searching, but as the avalanche warning increases, Gordon makes a decision that the team should head back down the mountain.
Luckily, members of the Scottish avalanche warning service were working nearby and went to the climbers' aid.