Srinagar: Rains in plains and snowfall in upper reaches of Kashmir continued for the second consecutive day on Sunday as the downpour brought down the day temperature by more than four degrees.
Gulmarg received snowfall equivalent to 1.8 mm of rains since 8.30 am this morning, a MeT official said.
He said while upper reaches of the Valley received snowfall, the plains were lashed by intermittent rains with Qazigund in south Kashmir receiving 14.4 mm since this morning.
Pahalgam (3.8 mm), Srinagar (3.9 mm), Kokernag (5.9 mm) and Kupwara (6.9 mm) also witnessed intermittent rains through out the day.
The maximum temperature recorded in the summer capital of the state was 4.9 degrees Celsius, down from 9.2 degrees Celsius of yesterday.
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