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Night temperatures rise above freezing point in J&K

IANS  |  Srinagar 

Except for Kargil, night temperatures did not drop below the freezing point anywhere in on Tuesday as light rain and snow was forecast.

The rain in the plains and snow in the higher reaches was expected till Wednesday, an official of the MET department told IANS.

"The night's lowest temperature did not drop below the freezing point due to nightlong cloud cover," the official added.

The minimum temperatures recorded in Srinagar city was 3.3 degrees Celsius, in Pahalgam 2.4 and zero degree in Gulmarg.

Leh and towns of Ladakh region recorded 1.5 and minus 7.6 degrees Celsius as minimum temperatures respectively.

In Jammu the night's lowest temperature was 18.2, while in Katra it was 14.7, in Batote 10.2, in Bannihal 8.0 and in Bhaderwah 6.2 degrees Celsius.

--IANS

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Night temperatures rise above freezing point in J&K

Except for Kargil, night temperatures did not drop below the freezing point anywhere in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday as light rain and snow was forecast.

Except for Kargil, night temperatures did not drop below the freezing point anywhere in on Tuesday as light rain and snow was forecast.

The rain in the plains and snow in the higher reaches was expected till Wednesday, an official of the MET department told IANS.

"The night's lowest temperature did not drop below the freezing point due to nightlong cloud cover," the official added.

The minimum temperatures recorded in Srinagar city was 3.3 degrees Celsius, in Pahalgam 2.4 and zero degree in Gulmarg.

Leh and towns of Ladakh region recorded 1.5 and minus 7.6 degrees Celsius as minimum temperatures respectively.

In Jammu the night's lowest temperature was 18.2, while in Katra it was 14.7, in Batote 10.2, in Bannihal 8.0 and in Bhaderwah 6.2 degrees Celsius.

--IANS

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Night temperatures rise above freezing point in J&K

Except for Kargil, night temperatures did not drop below the freezing point anywhere in on Tuesday as light rain and snow was forecast.

The rain in the plains and snow in the higher reaches was expected till Wednesday, an official of the MET department told IANS.

"The night's lowest temperature did not drop below the freezing point due to nightlong cloud cover," the official added.

The minimum temperatures recorded in Srinagar city was 3.3 degrees Celsius, in Pahalgam 2.4 and zero degree in Gulmarg.

Leh and towns of Ladakh region recorded 1.5 and minus 7.6 degrees Celsius as minimum temperatures respectively.

In Jammu the night's lowest temperature was 18.2, while in Katra it was 14.7, in Batote 10.2, in Bannihal 8.0 and in Bhaderwah 6.2 degrees Celsius.

--IANS

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