Jalandhar, Nov 26 (UNI) Night temperatures across Punjab dipped further with Adampur turning out to be the coldest place in the border state.
The minimum recorded at the Adampur base was 4.4 degrees celsius, three degrees below normal.
The night temperature in the holy city of Amritsar fell marginally and was recorded at 6.0 degrees celsius, one degree below normal.
The border town of Pathankot recorded a minimum of 8.0 degrees while Bathinda in the Malwa belt recorded 8.2 degrees celsius. The minimum at the Air Force base at Halwara in Ludhiana district was 8.6 degrees, a rise of one degree celsius.
The minimum temperature at Chandigarh was 8.4 degrees celsius.
According to the Met office at Adampur, parts of Punjab were engulfed in morning fog, which lifted as the sun came out.
The Met office has predicted clear weather in Punjab with fog and haze in the morning hours tomorrow.
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