On Friday, the further temperature dropped in the Kashmir valley and the Ladakh region as the weather office forecast widespread snow and rainfall during the next 48-hours.
An IMD (India Meteorological Department) official reports that moderate snow and rain is expected to occur in Jammu and Kashmir from today evening.
The official further said that “Inclement weather during the next 48 hours can affect surface connectivity between the Valley and outside.”
In Srinagar, the minimum temperature was minus 3.2-degree Celsius, while minus 6.8-degree Celsius in Pahalgam, and minus 10-degree Celsius in Gulmarg.
Kargil town recorded minus 18.6-degree Celsius, which is so far the lowest in this season and Leh recorded a minimum temperature of minus 14.5-degree Celsius.
Katra experiences 5.8-degree Celsius, Jammu city 4.5-degree, Bannihal 2.7-degree, Bhaderwah minus 2-degree, and Batote 1.1-degree, as the night’s lowest temperature.