Shimla, Feb 22
Maximum and Minimum temperature is currently keeping four to five degrees above normal as temperatures broke previous many years records by leaping up substantially.
Shimla Met Office Incharge Manmohan Singh said in a press communique that the tribal
town Kalpa witnessed the highest maximum temperature compared to past many years as it was recorded 19 degree Celsius yesterday. He said that town witnessed such a warm weather in Feb 11, 1993 when Maximum temperature of Kalpa was recorded 18 degrees.
Minimum temperature of this capital town was 11.5 degrees on Feb 22 which is eight degrees above normal. He said that minimum temperature of other places in the state was also five to six degrees above normal.
Minimum temperature of Tourist resort Dalhousie in Chamba, Keylong in Lahaul and Nahan
in Sirmaur was seven degrees above normal and recorded 10.4 degrees, 0.2 degrees and
15.3 degrees respectively.
Bhuntar and Manali in Kullu district was five degree above normal recorded 8.6 degrees and 5.4 degrees.
Dharmshala, was 9.4 degrees, Una 10.2 degrees ,Palmpur 9.5 degrees, Solan seven degrees, Kangra 11.2 degrees, Mandi eight degrees , Bilaspur 11 degrees, Chamba 10.4 degrees, Kufri 10.2 degrees, , Jubbarhatti 11.4 degrees, Ponta-sahib 7.2 degrees, Seobag 7.2 degrees, Chaila 9.1 degrees and Narkanda 6.1 degrees.
The Met Office forecast rain or snowfall in the state from tomorrow onward. The forecast of rain or snowfall is made for Feb 26 at most places in high reaches and many places in the mid and few places in the foot hills.
On other days and in rest of places rain or snowfall likely to occur at isolated places on Feb 23, 24 and 25 . The day temperature likely to go up today despite light cloud in the sky.
The yellow warning of thunderstorm and lightning likely to occur on the mid and foot hills on Feb 24 and 25 , Thunderstorm, Lightning and hailstorm likely to occur on mid and foot hills on Feb 26, 2021.