The MeT Department has said that a fresh Western Disturbance (WD) would affect Jammu and Kashmir from Tuesday, which could cause rainfall or snowfall at few places in the state.     

"There is a possibility of scattered to fairly widespread rain or snow particularly tomorrow and day after," an official of the MeT Department said in Srinagar.
Meanwhile, the night temperatures in the Valley and Ladakh region, though continued to remain below the freezing point, went up slightly increasing the possibility of rains or snowfall.
Srinagar, the summer capital of the state, recorded a low of minus 1.7 degrees Celsius - up by two degrees from the previous night's minimum of minus 3.6 degrees Celsius, the official said.
He said that the mercury in South Kashmir's Pahalgam hill resort settled at a low of minus 6.3 degrees Celsius, over four degrees up from minus 10.8 degrees Celsius the last night.
The famous ski-resort of Gulmarg recorded a low of minus 4.8 degrees Celsius last night compared to minus 6.0 degrees Celsius the previous night.


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