SRINAGAR: A thin layer of fog engulfed several areas in Kashmir on Saturday as most places in the Valley experienced sub-zero night temperature, even as the Srinagar city recorded the coldest night of the season, officials said.
The Meteorological Department has said the weather is most likely to remain dry over the week ahead. Srinagar recorded a low of 0.1 degrees Celsius on Friday night, which was the lowest minimum temperature recorded in the city this season, the officials said.
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