SRINAGAR - There could be more snowfall as Western Disturbances, originating in Arabian sea, are approaching the Kashmir valley and Ladakh region during the next 24 hours.
Meanwhile, the minimum temperature in the Kashmir valley and Ladakh region was up while day remained cold due to cloudy sky today. A Met department spokesman said here today that light snow would occur at isolated places over higher reaches in the Jammu and Kashmir during the next 24 hours. There would be increase in precipitation during subsequent two days, he said.
He said the maximum temperature in the summer capital, Srinagar will drop four degrees below normal as the sky will remain generally cloudy while the minimum will be up one degree above normal tomorrow.
Against yesterdays minus 0.2 degrees yesterday, the minimum in Srinagar was 2.8 degrees, two degree above normal. There was also major improvement in the minimum temperature elsewhere in the Kashmir valley, barring Gulmarg where it was minus 3 degrees, two degrees below normal.
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