Day temperatures rose by a few notches in most places in mid and lower hills today and Una in the Shivalik foothills recorded a high of 32.4 degrees Celsius, five notches above normal.
However, the minimum temperatures rose marginally in mid and lower hills but remained close to normal in higher hills and tribal areas.
Sundernagar, Bhuntar and Nahan recorded their maximum temperatures at 28.6, 27.8 and 26.8 degrees Celsius, followed bySolan (24.6), Shimla (20.8), Manali (17.0) and Keylong 8.4 degrees Celsius.
Keylong was the coldest place in the region with a low of minus 4.4 degrees Celsius while Kalpa and Manali recorded minimum temperatures of 1.6 and 2.0 degrees Celsius.
The local MeT office has predicted dry weather in the region over next two days and rains or thundershowers in lower hills and rains or snow at isolated places in mid and higher hills from March 14 to 16.
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