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Kashmir Valley likely to receive fresh rain and snowfall: IMD

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The resort town of Gulmarg recorded the lowest minimum temperature of minus 6 degrees Celsius

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Updated: Nov 19, 2020 9:30 am IST

A view of the snow-covered Gulmarg ski resort after the first snow of the season, at J&K on November 16.
A view of the snow-covered Gulmarg ski resort after the first snow of the season, at J&K on November 16 (HT file)

The Kashmir Valley is expected to receive fresh rain and snowfall in the upper reaches as temperatures are likely to dip below freezing, the Indian Meteorological Department said. It also received rain and snow last week.

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The resort town of Gulmarg recorded the lowest minimum temperature of minus 6 degrees Celsius. Jammu and Srinagar recorded minimum temperatures of 9.5 degrees Celsius and 0.8 degrees Celsius.

Kashmir received the first heavy snowfall in early November last year.

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