SRINAGAR: Light rain may occur at one or two places Monday in the Kashmir valley, where the minimum temperature was above normal on Sunday.
A Met department spokesman said here Sunday afternoon that light rain may occur at one or two places over Jammu and Kashmir during the next 24 hours.
There would be no large change during subsequent two days, he said.
Gulmarg recorded 1.5 degrees Celsius minimum temperature, a notch warmer than yesterday.
At Pahalgam the night temperature was 2.6 degrees, two notches more than yesterday. With the melting of snow on upper reaches, the water level in the Lidder river has increased, much to the delight of tourists who had come from different parts of the country and abroad.
The met spokesman said the sky will be generally cloudy tomorrow, when the minimum and maximum temperature will drop slightly in the capital, Srinagar.
He said at Leh it was 1.6 degree and border town of Kargil in Ladakh region minus 0.8 degree.
The sky would be generally cloudy on Monday at Leh, he added.
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