Narnual in Haryana was the coldest place in plains at 5.6 degrees C. UT Chandigarh received maximum rainfall at 45.7 mm while its minimum remained at 10.2 degrees C, four degrees above normal, MeT department said in Chandigarh.

In Haryana, Ambala and Karnal had rainfall at 11 mm and 29.4 mm and both districts registered temperatures at 9.6 degrees C and 9.5 degrees C respectively.
Hisar recorded minimum temperature at 7.1 degrees C.
In Punjab, Patiala saw 31.6 mm rainfall with minimum at10.2 degrees C which is up by 4 degrees C. Amritsar and Ludhiana had rainfall at 2.4 mm and 17.4 mm and registered mercury at 8.4 degrees C and 8.1 degrees C.
MeT department in its forecast said that blight to moderate rains may occur at few places in Punjab and Haryana in next 24 hours.


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