Srinagar, Nov 3 (UNI) The Western Disturbances (WD), which had entered the Kashmir valley through Afghanistan and Pakistan last week, has finally left without touching the region.
The weather during the next 24 hours will remain mainly dry in Jammu and Kashmir, a spokesman for the Meteorological centre here said this afternoon.
He said the sky will remain mainly clear and the maximum temperature will be around 20 degrees Celsius and minimum 5 degree, two degree above the temperature recorded this morning.
The WD, which were active in the region last week and had generated a hope of snow or rainfall, left without touching the Kashmir valley.
It will take few more days for WD to arrive in the region from Afghanistan and Pakistan from Arabian sea.
Meanwhile, it was the coldest night in Leh where the minimum dipped to minus 5.2 degrees this morning, forcing people to remain indoor. However, the day temperature was near normal, official sources said.
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