Keylong dips to three degree celsius


By:Mohan Lal Verma

Keylong, the headquarter of Lahaul Spiti district in this northwestern state diped to three degree celsius which was the lowest of this season after the withdrawal of South West Monsoons, the metrological department has confirmed.

Minimum temperature plunged to three degrees and five degrees in the tribal town of Keylong and Kalpa of Kinnaur district increasing cold ways on high reaches.

Bhunter in Kullu and Solan was low at nine and eleven degrees, respectively, Sundernagar in Mandi  and Una recorded twelve degrees while Kangra, Mandi and Shimla recorded thirteen degrees respectively.

Meanwhile Dharamshala, the abode of tibetan spiritual leader and Nahan in Sirmaur district recorded 15.6 degrees and 17.8 degrees respectively.

The metrological office has forecast that there would be no change in the weather.

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