Temperature rises in Himachal, rains predictedMay 24th, 2011 - 8:48 pm ICT by IANS
Shimla, May 24 (IANS) The hills of Himachal Pradesh again experienced warm weather Tuesday, with temperatures crossing 40 degrees, weather officials said. However, there could be more rains soon.
Una town recorded a high of 40.8 degrees Celsius as maximum temperatures across the state increased by one to two degrees Celsius, while the minimum rose by two to three degrees since Monday.
“Temperatures soared due to the dry spell. Shimla recorded a maximum temperature at 27.6 degrees Celsius, against Monday’s 24.5 degrees,” Manmohan Singh, director of the meteorological office, told IANS.
Dharamsala, the headquarters of the Tibetan government-in-exile, Tuesday recorded 34.4 degrees Celsius, while it was 34 degrees in Bhuntar, 25 degrees in Kalpa and 33.8 degrees in Nahan.
Sunday’s showers and thunderstorms brought the temperatures down considerably in the state.
However, the met department said western disturbances could bring more rains from Wednesday onwards.
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