Met office reasons low pressure for torrential rains



Dhauladhar ranges as seen from Dharamsala after rains on Friday. Photo: Mohit Behl

Shimla: The local metrological office here said that fresh torrential rains were caused by low pressure conditions prevailing in northern India, which brought respite from the prevailing heat wave and scarcity of water. Shimla Met office in charge Manmohan Singh told HimVani that Kasauli received 50 mm rainfall, Una 42 mm, Narkanda 28 mm, Bilaspur 24 mm, Kufri 22 mm, Dharmsala 20 mm, Shimla, Kokkali, Dalhousie in Chamba and Bajaura of Kullu 18 mm each, Palampur and Sainj in Shimla 16 mm, Udaipur 15 mm and Seobagh in Kullu 13 mm and Mandi and Keylong 12 mm each.

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