SRINAGAR — The Jammu and Kashmir is likely to receive rain and snow in the next 24 hours, the Meteorological Department (MeT) office said on Tuesday.
Heavy morning fog enveloped Jammu and Srinagar cities affecting normal life, including air, surface and even pedestrian movement in the twin cities.
“Mainly cloudy sky with light rain/snow is likely during the next 24 hours,” IANS quoted an official of the MeT department as having said.
He said, Srinagar recorded 1.8 degrees Celsius as the minimum temperature while Pahalgam and Gulmarg recorded minus 3.2 degrees Celsius and minus 4.4 degrees Celsius as the minimum temperature.
In Jammu region he said, Jammu recorded 6.6 degrees Celsius, Katra 7.6 degrees Celsius, Batote 4.2 degrees Celsius, Banihal 0.8 degrees Celsius and Bhaderwah 3.0 degrees Celsius as the minimum temperature.
In Ladakh region he said, Kargil recorded minus 9.4 degrees Celsius and Leh recorded minus 7.6 degrees Celsius as the minimum temperature.