Srinagar, Nov 26 (UNI) The Kashmir valley shivered as the minimum temperature dipped to minus 2.2 degrees Celsius, coldest so far during this winter, coupled with dense fog, disrupting normal life.
A weather office spokesman told UNI that minimum temperature was recorded at minus 2.2 degrees against 0.0 degree normal temperature during this period of winter.
This was the coldest night as earlier minimum was recorded minus 1.9 last week.
Though people remained indoor in the morning due to icy cold winds and fog, but small children, holding schools bags and water bottle in their hands, were seen waiting for their buses at different places.
Vehicles used headlights to ply on streets because of fog.
However, things become normal as the day progressed.
Spokesman said the maximum was recorded at 12.4 degrees, also a one degree below normal.
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