Srinagar, November 24
Light snow or rain may occur at isolated places over upper heights during the next 24 hours in the Kashmir valley, where mercury remained above normal though icy cold winds also continued, forcing people to wear woolen and warm cloths besides use different gadgets for hearing purpose. However, frequent and unscheduled power cuts has badly affected the life. A Met department spokesman said here this afternoon that light snow or rain may occur at isolated places over upper heights in the Kashmir valley and Ladakh region during the next 24 hours. He said light isolated or scattered rain or snow could occur during the subsequent two days in the state. The minimum temperature at summer capital, Srinagar, witnessed a surge and settled at 1,8 degree, two notches above normal, he said adding the maximum temperature yesterday was 13.9 degree, slightly below normal yesterday. He said the sky would be generally cloudy with poor visibility and the maximum and minimum temperatures would be around 12 degree and 2 degree respectively in Srinagar during the next 24 hours. At winter capital, Jammu the minimum temperature was 11 degree, a notch below normal while the maximum temperature was 13.9 degree, considered near normal during this time of the season. He said the sky would be partly cloudy and the maximum and minimum temperatures would be around 23 degree and 11 degree respectively during the next 24 hours at Jammu. He said the sky would be generally cloudy and the maximum and minimum temperature at Leh in Ladakh region would be around 9 degree and minus one degree respectively during the next 24 hours.