Srinagar (Agencies): Normal life was disrupted in Kashmir Division as torrential rains lashed the Valley with Qazigund, the gateway town to the Valley receiving 102 mm of rainfall.
 
A METT Department official said they expect a decrease in the precipitation in the next two days but western disturbances are still here which can lead to further downpour.
 
"Qazigund recorded 102.2 mm rainfall which falls in very heavy category," the official said.
 
The skiing resort of Gulmarg in north Kashmir recorded more than two feet snow, he said, adding there are reports of snowfall in the upper reaches also.

The summer capital Srinagar,where gusty winds were blowing since Sunday and continued throughout the night recorded 10.7 mm rainfall till 8.30 AM.
 
Heavy downpour was continuing in the city which led to disruption in normal life.

The roads were flooded with rain water and many shops opened late.
 
In north Kashmir's Kupwara district, 64.4 mm rainfall was recorded, the official said.
 
Kokernag town in south Kashmir also recorded 34.7 mm rainfall.
 
METT has forecast rain and snowfall at many places in the state on tommorow he said,adding the "system" developed by the western winds still exists.