Chilly circumstances persist in Haryana, Punjab; Narnaul reels at 2.5 levels Celsius
Chandigarh, January 6
Chilly circumstances continued to prevail in Haryana and Punjab, with minimal temperatures remaining under regular at many locations on Friday.
In line with the Met division’s climate report, Narnaul was the coldest place in Haryana, recording a minimal temperature of two.5 levels Celsius.
Hisar, which recorded a minimal temperature of 4 levels, was additionally gripped by biting chilly. Bhiwani recorded a low of 5.8 levels Celsius, Karnal 4.8 levels, Rohtak 6.2 levels. The minimal temperature in Ambala settled at 4.8 levels Celsius.
In Punjab, Balachaur recorded a low of three.5 levels Celsius.
Bathinda recorded a low of three.6 levels Celsius, Gurdaspur 3.8 levels, Ludhiana 4.6 levels, Patiala 5.5 levels, Amritsar 5 levels. In Mohali, the minimal temperature settled at 5.4 levels Celsius.
Chandigarh recorded a low of 5 levels Celsius.
The utmost temperatures in Haryana and Punjab, together with in Chandigarh, have dropped sharply for the previous few days, settling between 11 levels and 15 levels Celsius.
A number of components of Punjab and Haryana had been as soon as once more enveloped by fog, lowering visibility.