Chandigarh: Cold wave on Saturday swept Punjab and
Haryana with minimum temperatures further dipping between 2-5
degrees Celsius in the region.
Hisar in Haryana was the coldest place in the two states
recording a bone-chilling low of 2.6 deg C, down four notches
below normal, the MeT said here.
Narnaul recorded a minimum of 3 deg C, down by three
points below normal, while Rohtak settled at a low of 3.5 deg
C, down by five notches below normal.
Ambala (4.4 degrees Celsius) and Bhiwani (4.8 degrees
Celsius) also reeled under biting cold.
The minimum at Chandigarh dropped by three notches below
normal since yesterday to settle at 4.9 deg C.
Amritsar in Punjab reeled under biting cold at 3.6 deg C,
down one notch than normal.
Piercing chill was back at Ludhiana, where the minimum
settled at 3.4 deg C, down five notches below normal, while
Patiala recorded a low of 4 deg C, three points below normal.