South west monsoon likely to turn lean by next week


The South West Monsoon which is currently in full swing likely to give slight respite from the heavy rainfall by the next week.

The Met Office said that Monsoon likely to turn week as it likely to confine to few places in mid and foot hills and isolated places in the high reaches. However Monsoon is likely to remain normal in the next 24 hours.

Saturday morning begin mainly dry however it lashed at few places in the afternoon. In last 24 hours Naina Devi got 66 mm rainfall, Kasauli in Solan 37 mm, Shimla 26 mm, Bijahi in Mandi 25 mm, Jubbal 23 mm, Pachhad in Sirmaour 18 mm, Dharampur in Mandi & Kumarsen in Shimla 15 mm each.

Shimla was recorded high at 16.2 degrees, Sundernagar 21.1 degrees, Bhuntar 19.5 degrees, Kalpa 12.6 degrees, Dharamshala 16 Degrees, Una 24 degrees, Nahan and Solan 20 degrees, Keylong 12 degrees, Manali 13.8 degrees, Kangra 20.6 degrees, Bilaspur 23 degrees, Hamirpur 23 degrees and Mandi 20.2 degrees.

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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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