Srinagar: The summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir Srinagar has witnessed the hottest night of the season so far at 22 degrees, three degrees above normal, while there was no respite from hot and humid weather during the day in the valley.
However a Met department sources said that rain and thundershowers could occur at isolated places during the next 48 hours in Kashmir valley.
He said Srinagar recorded the hottest night of the season after mercury surged and settled at 22 degrees, against 21 degree recorded yesterday.
The night temperature was around three degrees above normal.
Meanwhile, the hot and humid temperature continued during the day despite prediction of rain at isolated places in this summer capital.
The mercury during the day yesterday was 33.7 degrees.