SRINAGAR: The night temperature crosswise over Kashmir division has raised by a few degrees giving alleviation to the general population from chilly conditions, even as the Valley remained inundated under a thick layer of haze.
Srinagar – the late spring capital of Jammu and Kashmir – recorded the base temperature of 4.3 degrees Celsius, an expansion of almost three degrees from the earlier night's 1.5 degrees Celsius, an authority of the Meteorological Department here said.
He said Kupwara, in north Kashmir, enlisted a low of 2.7 degrees Celsius – up by about four degrees from the earlier night's less 1.2 degrees Celsius.
The base in Kokernag town in south settled at 3.4 degrees Celsius, while Qazigund – the passage town to Kashmir Valley recorded a low of 1.8 degrees Celsius, the authority said.
The renowned ski-resort of Gulmarg in north Kashmir enlisted a low of 1.6 degrees Celsius, up from the earlier night's 1 degrees Celsius, he said.
Pahalgam slope resort in south Kashmir enrolled the base of 3.8 degrees Celsius – an expansion of more than three degrees from 0.6 degrees Celsius yesterday, the authority said.
He said the night temperature in Leh town in Ladakh district, went up by two degrees from short 4 degrees Celsius to settle at less 2 degrees Celsius.Leh was the coldest recorded place in the state.
The temperature for the close-by Kargil town settled at the low of less 1.1 degrees Celsius, the authority said.
The higher scopes of Kashmir got the season's first snowfall on Monday, however the climate has stayed dry from that point forward.
Be that as it may, a thick layer of mist kept on overwhelming numerous zones in the Valley, incorporating into the late spring capital here. The Meteorological Department has estimate light rain or snow at secluded places over the higher compasses of Kashmir and Ladakh throughout the following two days, the authority said.