Cold wave continues to grip HP
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The intense cold wave sweeping large parts of Himachal continued Saturday as mercury dropped to minus 3.6 degree in Keylong and minus 2 degree in tribal districts of Lahaul, Spiti andKalpa.
Bhuntar, Solan and Sundernagar reeled under piercing cold wave conditions with minimum temperature dipping to three degrees below normal at 3.8 degrees, 4 degrees and 4.1 degree respectively. The state capital Shimla recorded a low of 4.1 degree and maximum temperature at 13.9 degree, four degree below normal.
A fresh bout of Western Disturbance is likely to affect the western Himalayan region from November 28 onwards, local MeT office said.
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