The northwest region has received thunderstorms in the last twenty four hours and there is a possibility of thick fog and scattered light rain or thunderstorms for three days.
According to the weather center, dense fog is likely to remain under the area for the next three days. Thunderstorms in the night caused the minimum mercury to rise by about eight degrees, bringing the mercury in Chandigarh to 15 degrees and the city received more than five millimeters of rain. Along with Meghgarjan in some areas including Ambala 10 mm, Karnal 2 mm, Sirsa 2 mm, Amritsar 11 mm, Ludhiana 2 mm, Patiala nine mm, Pathankot 15 mm, Adampur five mm, Halwara one mm, Bathinda one mm, Gurdaspur nine mm rained out .
Srinagar received 25 mm of rain, Jammu 27 mm. There was snowfall in the higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh and rain in the middle hills and lowlands which put a halt to the dry weather. It is considered beneficial for the Rabi crop. Shimla 9 mm, Manali 20 mm, Nahan eight mm, Una six mm, Bhuntar 17 mm, Dharamshala three mm, Mandi 17 mm, Sundernagar 13 mm, Kangra 20 mm, Solan 10 mm, Kalpa three mm of rain.
Due to this, the mercury of some areas went below zero.
Due to cloud cover and rain, the mercury of the plains rose rapidly and the mercury of Chandigarh, Karnal reached 15 degree and Ambala and Patiala 13 degree, Hisar 10 degree, Narnaul 12 degree, Rohtak 14 degree, Sirsa 10 degree, Amritsar and Ludhiana 11 degrees, Adampur and Jammu 10 degrees, Delhi 14 degrees, Halwara and Pathankot 11 degrees, Srinagar was zero degrees.
Due to snowfall and rain in Himachal, Manali remained at minus one degree, Kalpa zero degree, Shimla three degree, Sundernagar nine degree, Nahan 11 degree, Una nine degree, Kangra eight degree, Dharamshala four degree, Kalpa minus one degree.