In Haryana, Ambala, which was lashed by heavy downpour, recorded a high of 31.9 degrees Celsius, seven notches below the normal.
Karnal recorded a high of 32 degrees Celsius, also seven notches below normal limits, but Hisar and Bhiwani continued to brave hot weather recording maximum temperatures of 41 degrees Celsius and 41.4 degrees Celsius respectively.
Chandigarh, the common capital of Punjab and Haryana, received rains earlier in the day and recorded a high of 33.8 degrees Celsius, down five notches against normal limits, the MeT department said.
In Punjab, Amritsar received rains and recorded a high of 31.7 degrees Celsius, down nine notches against normal limit.
The weatherman has forecast thunderstorm with gusty winds at isolated places in the two states till tomorrow.
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