Despite nine flights being cancelled and Srinagar-Jammu National Highway closed for traffic, officials of the divisional administration believe that there is nothing to worry about.
Sources in army said based on the depth of snow, certain posts along the LoC are re-sighted (relocated) to the safer places in the same area.
Those that died from the family include two kids, two women and a male.
Kabul residents seemed to worry less about the future of their country because of this snowfall and more snowfalls in the coming months, which is expected to end the drought.
The snowfall also disrupted the air traffic to and from Srinagar international airport.
Srinagar recorded a 0 degrees Celsius on Tuesday night -- an increase of over four degrees from minus 4.2 degrees Celsius on the previous night, the Met department said.
While 1,500 tourists have been accommodated at 17 Mile, the rest are sheltered at 13 Mile, said Army.
Snowfall is predicted in middle and higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh on December 30 and December 31 under the influence of a fresh western disturbance from December 29.
The maximum temperature in the hill state is one-two degrees above the season's average, but nights and mornings are intensely cold.
The all-time low recorded in the month of December in Srinagar is minus 12.8 degrees Celsius on December 13, 1934.
The tourist resort of Manali recorded a minimum temperature of minus 1.2 degrees Celsius as the hills overlooking it also experienced moderate spells of snow.
The Valley experienced season's first snowfall on November 4-5. The heavy snowfall disconnected Kashmir's surface link with outside country for two days and air link for a day.
The season's first snowfall on November 3 and 4 had caused extensive damage to the agriculture and horticulture crops and produce in the Valley.
In a major overnight rescue operation, over 700 stranded passengers were evacuated from both sides of the Jawahar tunnel.
The entire Valley was pushed to darkness, as trees with thick foliage fell down on electrical lines damaging most of the 33KV lines.