Narnaul in Haryana was the coldest place in the two
states recording a low of 5.6 degrees Celsius, down four
notches, the MeT Department said.
Karnal was also chilly at a minimum of 6 degrees Celsius,
down four notches, while Hisar's low of 8.7 degrees Celsius
settled two notches below normal.
Bhiwani and Rohtak also braved the chill recording
respective minimums of 7 degrees Celsius and 7.8 degrees
Celsius, down four and three notches each.
Ambala recorded a minimum of 8.3 degrees Celsius, down
In Punjab, Amritsar's minimum settled at 8 degrees
Celsius while Patiala recorded a low of 9.5 degrees Celsius,
one below normal.
Ludhiana's minimum, however, settled within the normal
range at 10 degrees Celsius.
Chandigarh, the joint capital of the two states recorded
a low of 8.4 degrees Celsius, down two degrees.
Chandigarh: With minimum temperatures
hovering below normal, cold conditions continued to persist in
Punjab and Haryana on Monday.
First Published: Monday, February 27, 2012, 12:36