Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, recorded a minimum temperature of minus 3.3 degrees Celsius, same as the previous night's, an official of the MeT Department said here.
Mercury in Qazigund - the gateway town to Kashmir valley - settled at minus 8.4 degrees Celsius, up by one degree from minus 9.4 degrees Celsius the previous night.
Kokernag, in south Kashmir, recorded a low of minus 9.2 degrees Celsius, an increase of over one degree from the previous nights minus 10.6 degrees Celsius.
The mercury in the tourist resort of Pahalgam recorded a minimum of minus 10 degrees Celsius, over a degree up from minus 11.2 degrees Celsius the previous night.
The mercury in the famous ski-resort of Gulmarg also increased by over a degree to register a low of minus 4.8 degrees Celsius as compared to minus 6.4 degrees Celsius the previous night.
Kupwara, in north Kashmir, recorded a low of minus 0.8 degrees Celsius, as against the previous nights 0.6 degrees Celsius.
Leh, in the frontier region of Ladakh, recorded a low of minus 12.8 degrees Celsius, same as the previous night.
The nearby Kargil town recorded a low of minus 19.6 degrees Celsius, he said.
The MeT Department has said a fresh western disturbance is likely to affect the state from tomorrow and will continue its affect till February 6 with its main activity from the night of February 2 to 5.