Chandigarh, Nov 24 (UNI) Adampur at 4.2 degrees celsius was the coldest place in the North West plains where night temperatures at most parts remained one to two degrees below normal.
In Punjab, Adampur near Jalandhar was the coldest with the minimum temperature settling at 4.2 degrees celsius. The holy city of Amritsar recorded a minimum of 6.2 degrees celsius, one degree below normal.
At Ludhiana, the minimum temperature was 10.3 degrees celsius while int Patiala it settled at 10.4 degrees against yesterday's 8.4 degrees celsius.
The minimum at Chandigarh was 9.6 degrees celsius, a degree or two more than Saturday nights temperature.
The minimum temperature at Narnaul in Haryana which was 6.5 degrees celsius, three degrees below normal.
Ambala and Karnal was cold at 9.5 degrees and 10.0 degrees celsius respectively, down by one degree each. The minimum at Rohtak was 8.5 degrees celsius while Hisar recorded 11.5 degrees, one degree below normal.
In the hilly state of Himachal Pradesh, clear weather prevailed and Kalpa in the tribal district of Kinnaur was cold at minus 1.8 degrees celsius.
Bhuntur in Kullu district experienced a cold night at 2.1 degrees celsius, one degree below normal while Una and the tourist resort of Manali registered 2.8 degrees and 1.6 degrees respectively.
The night temperature at the capital town of Shimla settled at 9.4 degrees celsuis. Sundarnagar experienced the coldest night of the season at 3.1 degrees and Mandi recorded 3.4 degrees celsius, three degrees below normal.
The Met office has forecast a mainly clear sky for the next 24 hours with a further fall in the night temperature in the plains and early morning fog.
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