Monsoon remains active in many parts of Himachal


The South West Monsoon confined to many parts of Himachal Pradesh brought light to moderate rain showers overnight however it was intermittent in the day and partly cloudy.

There is no report of any loss due to the monsoon fury however due to landslides and uprooting of trees on some link roads life is partly affected. Forming of mud on the some link roads, washing down of culvert and retaining wall number of rural link roads were off for the vehicular traffic.

Jogindernagar in Mandi got 24 mm rainfall, Baldwara 22 mm, Paonta Sahib 18 mm, Shimla 13 mm, Sarkhaghat in Mandi 12 mm, Manali, Mashobra and Gaggal 10 mm each, Palampur 8 mm, Dharampur & Dehra Gopipur in Kangra 6 mm each.

The minimum temperature of Shimla was recorded at 15.6 degrees, Sundernagar 22.9 degrees , Bhuntar 21.6 degrees, Kalpa 14.6 degrees, Dharamshala 16.4 degrees, Una 24.8 degrees, Nahan 21.4 degrees, Keylong 14 degrees, Palampur 18.5 degrees, Dalhousie 14.6 degrees, Solan 20.7 degrees, Manali 15.2 degrees, Kangra 22.4 degrees, Bilaspur 24.6, degrees, Hamirpur 23.3 degrees and Mandi 19.6 degrees respectively.

The Met office forecast rainfall and thundershowers in many parts of the State during the next 24 hours and heavy rainfall in few parts of the mid hills.

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ML Verma is a Senior journalist, with more than a decade of experience of active reporting for electronic media, news agencies and fast paced online media.

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