Mercury again touches red mark in Shimla & Una


The maximum temperature today again touched red mark as it stayed abnormally highest in last decade today. Mercury shot up to 29.8 degrees at Una and 20.4 degrees in Shimla town.

Indian Meteorological Department Director Mr. Manmohan Singh said that the mercury has beaten the records as Shimla town was recorded at 21.8 degrees compared to highest above 20 degrees as on 19 Feb 2006.

The maximum temperature in Shimla was 20.4 degrees today which highest in last 10 years.

The Una region along Punjab border was high at 29.8 degrees about 7-8 degrees above normal and highest in the season.

Sundernagar 27.4 degrees, Bhunter 25.2 degrees and Solan recorded high at 26 degrees and around 5-6 degrees above normal. The temperature at Nahan recorded 26.4 degrees and Dharamshala was high at 18.4 degrees and Kalpa 15.6 degrees. Kangra town 27.4 degrees and Manali 17.6 degrees.

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