Jalandhar, Feb 16: After a spell of cold weataher conditions, Punjab witnessed a slight rise in the night temperature. According to a Defence spokesperson, the minumum temperature recorded at Admapur Air Force Station, near here was 3.6 degrees Celsius.
The holy city of Amritsar was cold at 3.2 degrees Celsius. The night temperature at Halwara Airforce station near Ludhiana hovered at 6.0 degrees Celsius. In the border town of Pathankot, the minumum increased to 7.8 degees celsius from yesterday's 6.6 degrees Celsius, while in Bathinda, the night temperature recorded was 6.6 degrees Celsius.
The Union Territory of Chandigarh registered a steep hike in the minimum temperature. It was 9.4 degrees Celsius as against yesterday's 6.0 degrees Celsius.
The Defence Met Section has predicted fog, mist and haze in the morning and partially cloudy sky during the day in the next 24 hours.