Cold wave continues unabated in Punjab, Narnaul coldest at 2.6 deg C

Last Updated: Thursday, February 13, 2014 - 13:25

Chandigarh: The ongoing cold wave sweeping Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh, today continued unabated, with Narnaul turning out to be the coldest place in the two states at 2.6 degrees Celsius.

Piercing cold also swept Hisar and Karnal, which recorded identical minimum temperature of 3 deg C each, both down by six degrees.

Ambala also had a cold night at 6.4 deg C, down three notches, while Bhiwani`s
low settled at 6.6 deg C.

Cold conditions also had Chandigarh under its grip, with night temperature here settling at 6 deg C, two notches below normal.
In Punjab, Amritsar, where the minimum yesterday had dropped close to the freezing point, today again turned out to be the coldest place in the State at 3 deg C, three degrees below normal.

Ludhiana experienced a cold night at 5.9 deg C, three below normal, while Patiala`s minimum settled at 6 deg C, also down by three notches.

According to the MeT, the minimum temperatures would continue to hover below normal In the two states for the next two days. 


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First Published: Thursday, February 13, 2014 - 13:25

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