Srinagar: Meteorological office on Sunday predicted partly cloudy skies with intermittent light rain at isolated places and light snow over higher reaches of Kashmir division during the next 24 hours.
The weather will mainly remain clear to partly cloudy but dry during the next week till March 12 and there is possibility of appreciable rise in day temperature from today onwards in Jammu and Kashmir, MeT office said.
It has also warned the people to stay alert and stay away from avalanche prone areas of Jammu and Kashmir.
Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, on Sunday recorded a low of 7.4 degree Celsius which was 5.2 degree Celsius above normal against the normal of 2.2 degree Celsius during this period of the season.
The maximum temperature in Srinagar was recorded at 16.6 degree Celsius and it was 3.5 degree Celsius above normal for the summer capital.
Qazigund on Srinagar-Jammu national highway recorded a low of 6.5 degree Celsius while Kokernag had a low of 4.7 degree Celsius.
Pahalgam in south Kashmir recorded 1.2 degree Celsius and it was 3.5 degree Celsius above normal against the minus 2.3 degree Celsius during this period at the tourist resort.
Similarly Gulmarg in north Kashmir recorded a low of minus 1.8 degree Celsius and it was 2.7 degree Celsius above normal against minus 4.5 degree Celsius for the famous ski resort of Kashmir.
Kupwara recorded a low of 3.6 degree Celsius which was 2.6 degree Celsius above normal for the frontier Kashmir district on Sunday, the MeT office said.