Himachal Weather: Chances of Rain and Snowfall For Two Days In Many Parts of Himachal, Mercury In Kukumseri Recorded minus 8.9

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IMD Shimla has predicted heavy rain and snowfall for the next two days in many parts of the central hill and high hill districts of Himachal Pradesh. On the other hand, a yellow alert has been issued for dense fog and haze in the plains of Himachal Pradesh till January 14.

Rivers and drains have frozen in Lahaul. - Photo: Diary Times

Rivers and drains have frozen in Lahaul. - Photo: Diary Times

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IMD Shimla is predicting heavy rain and snowfall in all the central hilly areas and many parts of the high hilly areas of Himachal Pradesh for the next two days. On the other hand, a yellow alert has been issued for severe fog and mist in all the plain areas of Himachal Pradesh till 14th January. According to Meteorological Center Shimla, heavy rain and snowfall has been predicted at some places in the central mountain and high mountain region of Himachal Pradesh on January 16 and January 17.

Even today, there may be heavy rain and snowfall at one or two places in the high mountain region of Himachal Pradesh.

There is a possibility of this change in the weather of Himachal Pradesh due to the increasing activity of Western Disturbance.

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On the other hand, during the next two days, in the early morning hours, IMD Shimla is predicting the possibility of severe dense fog in some isolated areas of Mandi district, Bilaspur district, Hamirpur district, Una district, Noorpur under Kangra district, Paonta Sahib and Dhaula Kuan under Sirmour district and Baddi and Nalagarh under Solan district. Even on Friday, many people had to face problems due to dense fog in many areas of Himachal Pradesh in the early morning hours.

Highest winter day and night recorded by IMD Shimla in Una district of Himachal Pradesh –

On the other hand, in the winter season of New Year 2024, the coldest night on Wednesday and Thursday has been recorded in Una district. The maximum temperature in Una district was recorded at ten degrees on Thursday and the minimum temperature at night on Wednesday was recorded at two degrees. Due to the effect of severe dense fog in Una district of Himachal Pradesh, the weather has become extremely cold.

Due to low visibility in Himachal Pradesh, vehicular movement is also being actively affected. Even in the morning and evening, people in Una district are rarely able to come out of their homes due to poor visibility.

Minimum temperature of all major places of Himachal Pradesh –

The minimum temperature in Himachal Pradesh capital Shimla was 9.0 degrees Celsius, the minimum temperature in Sundernagar area was -0.3 degrees Celsius, the minimum temperature in Bhuntar area was -0.4 degrees Celsius, the minimum temperature in Kalpa area was 1.2 degrees Celsius, the minimum temperature in Dharamshala area was 5.2 degrees Celsius, Minimum temperature in Una district 0.2 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Nahan area 4.3 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Palampur area 3.0 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Solan district 1.8 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in tourist city Manali 1.2 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Kangra district 3.3 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Mandi district -0.4 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Chamba district 2.9 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Dalhousie 6.4 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Jubbarhatti 7.9 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Kufri area 8.1 degree Celsius, Kukumseri. Minimum temperature in the area -8.9 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Narkanda area 5.0 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Bharmour area 6.3 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Reckong Peo area 3.2 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Seubag area 0.6 degree Celsius, Minimum temperature in Dhaulakuan area 6.3 degrees Celsius, minimum temperature in Barthin area 1.2 degrees Celsius, minimum temperature in Samdo area -5.1 degrees Celsius, minimum temperature in Paonta Sahib area 8.0 degrees Celsius, minimum temperature in Sarahan area 5.5 degrees Celsius and minimum temperature in Dehra Gopipur area 6.0 degrees Celsius has been recorded by IMD Shimla.

Life disrupted due to cold wave and fog in Una - Photo: Diary Times
Life disrupted due to cold wave and fog in Una – Photo: Diary Times

Due to severe cold wave and fog in Una district of Himachal Pradesh, the entire life got disrupted –

The outbreak of severe cold wave is continuously increasing actively in Una district of Himachal Pradesh. People’s problems have increased due to severe fog in Una district. Amidst the cold winds, on Friday, a day before the Lohri festival, a very small number of people of Una district reached the markets for shopping.

However, a large number of people have been seen shopping at wholesale peanut shops. In Una district, people have been seen struggling with the problems of cold wave in the morning and evening as well as in the afternoon.

In Una district, two-wheeler drivers are facing the most problems due to poor visibility. A large number of people at shopkeepers and all other workplaces in Una district are looking for ways to protect themselves from winter by lighting heaters and fires.

Like Thursday, the beginning of the morning on Friday also faced severe dense fog and mist.

Although the people of Una district were hopeful that the sun would shine by noon and there would be relief from the problem of heavy cold, but after the scorching sun shone for some time, the Sun God also disappeared from sight after some time had disappeared completely.

The grip of winter has once again arrived in all the areas of Una district. On the other hand, with the increase in winter in Una district, the sale of Kashmiri Kangri has also increased in urban areas. In Una district of Himachal Pradesh, the price of Kashmiri Kangri is around three hundred rupees and the people of Una consider Kashmiri Kangri to be the most effective to protect against cold.

Kumud Sharma

Kumud Sharma is the First Well-Known Female Journalist of the Journalism World of Himachal Pradesh. I am the Founder, Editor in Chief, Managing Director, Promoter of Diary Times. As a Female Journalist, With My Experience of More Than Nine Years, I Tell You Every News of Himachal Pradesh From The Ground Level With Absolutely Accurate and Correct Information, Be it the Politics of Himachal Pradesh or the Ground Reality, My Perspective On Every News Will Give You Assurance. I Assure You That Every News of Mine Will Comply With the Expertise and Fact Checking Policy.

 

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