Western Disturbance eludes again, night temperature to dip further in Kashmir

Srinagar

A Western Disturbance has again eluded the region which will further intensify chill in Kashmir valley and Ladakh, where minimum temperature was below freezing point.

A Met department spokesperson said on Tuesday that a fresh WD, which originated in the Arabian Sea, had entered the region.

But, he said, it didn’t exactly hit the state, adding it however, resulted in cloudy skies.

“Light rain or snow could occur at isolated places in the Valley in the evening on Tuesday,” he said.

However, he said from Wednesday onwards the sky will be clear, which could result in further dip in the night temperature.

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