SRINAGAR: Meteorological Department (MeT) on Wednesday predicted a fresh spell of rainfall for four days in Kashmir starting from March 24 (Thursday).
The MeT department spokesman in a statement issued here said Kashmir Valley would receive isolated rainfall on March 24, widespread on March 25, fairly widespread on March 26 and scattered on March 27. However there is no weather warning during these four days and the weather is expected to improve from Sunday.
Only last week, Kashmir Valley witnessed heavy rains and snow which resulted in landslides and caving in of houses at scores of places while Srinagar-Jammu National Highway also remained closed for the vehicular traffic.
The MeT has also predicted rainfall in Jammu Division from March 24 to March 27. The heavy rains last week resulted in loss of several lives parts of Jammu Division. Meanwhile, the weather today generally remained cloudy in Srinagar.
Srinagar recorded 17.5 degree Celsius maximum temperature and 2.8 degree Celsius minimum temperature. Gulmarg in Valley recorded lowest day and night temperatures with 6.2 and -2.0 respectively.