Although sky remained clear in Himachal but the intense cold waves still plummet the region with minimum temperature ranging from to 4 to 8 degree C.
Moreover, a large number of tourists thronged Shimla and going to Kufri to enjoy the snow. A huge rush was witnessed in Kasauli and Barog also. Meanwhile, cold conditions prevailed in Keylong and Kalpa, where temperatures were recorded at -8.6 degree C and -7 degrees C, Shimla, Manali and other places in the mid-hills shivered at sub-zero temperatures. Solan and Sundernagar were cold at 0.5 degrees C and 1 degree C. The minimum temperature in Nahan remained at 2.7 degrees C, 10 degrees below normal.
The state has received 33 per cent excess rain from March 1 to 12. Sirmaur and Bilaspur districts recorded 208 per cent and 196 per cent excess rain, followed by Shimla (80 per cent), Kullu (65 per cent), Solan (59 per cent), Hamirpur (58 per cent) and Una (51 per cent).
The day temperatures rose marginally in Himachal and Una was recorded the hottest town with 23 degrees C. The local Met office has predicted dry weather in the region over the next six days.
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