The mercury rose to 35.2 degrees C in Una after 14.8 mm rains while mercury rose to 30 degrees C at Nahan which received 21 mm rains.
Baldwara was wettest with 90 mm of rains while Hamirpur and Chelsea recorded 49 mm and 45 mm rains respectively followed by, Jogindernagar, Dharamshala and Dalhousie 46 mm, Bhoranj 40 mm, Shimla and Mashobra 34 mm, Kalatop 29 mm and Kangra 21 mm.
The local MeT office has predicted moderate to heavy rains at few places in mid and lower hills and light rains in higher hills during next five days.
Bhuntar and Sundernagar recorded maximum temperature at 33.0 and 31.9 degrees C against 28.4 degrees C while Solan recorded a high of 29 degrees C, followed by Dharamshala 27.4 degrees C, Kalpa 24.0 degrees C, Shimla 23.5 degrees C and Manali 20.4 degrees C.
The minimum temperatures dropped by few notches.
Kalpa and Manali were coldest with mercury staying at 14. 0 degrees C and 14.2 degrees C while Keylong and Shimla recorded a low of 15.4 degrees C and 16.1 degrees C, followed by Dharamsala 17.2 degrees C, Nahaan 17.5 degrees C, Solan 18.5 degrees C, Palampur and Bhuntar 19.5 degrees C and Sundernagar and Una 21.4 degrees C.
The state has so far received 264 mm of rains from June 1 to July 30, 2014 against normal rainfall of 400 mm, a deficit of 34 percent.
Shimla district was the lone district which received 374 mm rains against normal rainfall of 325 mm (15 percent excess) while deficit was marginal at two percent and eight percent in Solan and Una district.