Shimla, April 4- Temperatures Drop Below Average in Himachal Pradesh Amidst wet Weather
Himachal Pradesh has experienced wet weather conditions with a fall in maximum temperatures and stable minimum temperatures over the last 24 hours. The average maximum temperatures were recorded below normal, and the lowest minimum temperature in the state was -0.7°C in Keylong, Lahaul-Spiti. Meanwhile, DahulaKuan, Sirmaur recorded the highest maximum temperature at 30.8°C.
Significant rainfall and snowfall were received by various regions in the state. Manali and Seobagh received 38.0 mm of precipitation, while Bhuntar received 19.9 mm of rain. Gongla received 4.0 cm of snow, Keylong received 1.5 cm of snow, and Khadrala received 1.3 cm of snow.
Several regions, including Shimla, Sundernagar, Kangra, Palampur, and Bilaspur, witnessed thunderstorms. Additionally, hailstones measuring 0.2 cm were reported by AMS Shimla.
Temperatures in Shimla, Sundernagar, Bhuntar, and Palampur were recorded at 7.8°C, 8.8°C, 7.3°C, and 10.0°C, respectively. Kalpa recorded the lowest temperature at 0.5°C, while Una recorded the highest minimum temperature of 11.7°C. Unfortunately, there was no temperature data recorded for Hamirpur and Kasauli.
The forecast predicts scattered weather with isolated thunderstorms and lightning in some areas on the first day. The following two days are expected to be dry, and there will be no significant changes in the weather during the last two days
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