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As the snowfall intensified in Bolu and Ankara, highway maintenance teams shoveled the snow and salted the roads trying to open up the blocked highways, especially the TEM and D-100 near Bolu.
Rain coupled with cold winds lashed Mingora, Barikot, Kabal, Matta and Khawzakhela areas, while Malam Jabba and Kalam received snowfall.
In Gilgit-Baltistan, light rain with snowfall over the hills is expected at isolated places on Tuesday.
The weak Western Disturbances are to be blamed for it," Sonam says and adds that the Valley might see moderate to heavy snowfall in the upper reaches of the Valley in the first two days of February.
Scotland leads the way as Glasgow and Edinburgh are joint favourites for winter snowfall at 11/4, with Aberdeen on 3/1.
Recent incessant snowfall and rains in Jammu and Kashmir damaged most of the apple orchards in Kashmir's Shopian district.
On Wednesday, weather is anticipated to be stormy and rainy with snowfall registering as of 1000 meter altitude, coupling with a decrease in temperature degrees.
The three counties are expected to get hit with snowfall between 10 and 14 inches with snow falling from 6 p.
Moscow :The Russian capital Moscow on Tuesday suffered through another heavy snowfall which created record traffic jams in the city and caused flight delays.
For buyers of snow removal services, such as retail businesses, shopping centers, parking lots, corporate office buildings and colleges and universities, Metar Weather's products offer budgetary certainty, insulation from years of heavy snowfall and a financial benefit during years of low snowfall.
Although snowfall in Bulgaria's high mountains creates hazardous avalanche conditions every year, the situation in 2012 is out of the ordinary, stressed Rusev in an interview for the Focus Information Agency.
The snowfall and rains that lashed several parts of the country since Thursday evening had resulted in the closure of several roads and highways.