"Gulmarg received around three feet of snowfall, while Pahalgam recorded 4 cm of fresh snow during the night," a MeT department spokesperson said.

Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, received 21.4 mm of rainfall in the night but the city witnessed snowfall during the day – the data of which would be available in the evening, he said.

He said the city recorded a low of 4 degrees Celsius, down from 5.4 degrees Celsius the previous night.

Qazigund on Srinagar-Jammu national highway also received 12.2 mm of rains till 8:30 AM and recorded a low of 3.2 degrees Celsius, the spokesman said.

Kargil continues to be the coldest recorded place in Jammu and Kashmir, he added.
The Met department has said a fresh western disturbance is likely to affect the state from Sunday and spells of light to moderate rains or snowfall would occur at most places over the state till February 24.

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