Monday, January 15, 2001,
Chandigarh, India





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1.4C recorded at Sriganganagar
NEW DELHI, Jan 14 Cold wave conditions continue to prevail in Jammu and Kashmir and Uttar Pradesh and have extended into parts of north Rajasthan. Cold wave conditions have abated from Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi as also Punjab.

Sun brings respite in region
CHANDIGARH, Jan 14 After early morning foggy conditions the sun shined in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh today giving respite to the people from the cold wave as the mercury soared by about 2C in most parts of the region.


 

CHANDIGARH
  • The maximum temperature on Sunday was 14.2C (57.6F) and the minimum 6C (42.8F).
    The maximum relative humidity was 91 per cent and the minimum 55 per cent.
  • Sunset: Monday: 5.43
  • Sunrise: Tuesday: 7.20
  • OUTLOOK FOR  SUNDAY: Fog or mist in the morning. Mainly clear sky. The minimum temperature will be around 4C on Monday.


 

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REGION

Extremes
Town Max (in Celsius) Min (in Celsius)
Ambala 15.3 03.4
Amritsar 13.5 02.9
Bhuntar 20.4 -01.0
Hisar 04.0
Jammu 02.4
Ludhiana 04.9
Patiala 16.9 06.5
Shimla 13.1 04.4
Srinagar -05.5
Sundernagar 19.9 -0.6

 

 

NATION

Read under headings Max (maximum temperature), Min (minimum temperature), R (rainfall in past 24 hours) and TR (Total rain since October 1):

 

Station

Max

Min

R

TR

Ahmedabad

28

10

0

0

Allahabad

23

7

0

3

Aurangabad

30

14

0

3

Bangalore

28

16

0

1

Bhavnagar

29

12

0

0

Bhopal

26

9

0

4

Bhubaneswar

30

17

0

0

Kolkata

24

13

0

0

Chennai

31

20

0

tr

DehraDun

21

21

0

25

Gangtok

12

5

0

0

Guwahati

23

10

0

0

Gaya

22

7

0

7

Hyderabad

32

19

0

11

Indore

9

6

Jaipur

28

6

0

1

Jammu

15

3

Jamshedpur

27

9

Kodaikanal

19

7

0

11

Kolhapur

31

19

0

1

Lucknow

20

5

0

3

Mahabaleshwar

28

15

0

6

Mangalore

34

23

0

0

Mumbai

29

20

0

1

Nagpur

31

17

0

4

NewDelhi

19

5

0

15

Panjim

32

23

0

8

Patna

19

5

0

12

Pune

31

14

0

7

Raikot

28

10

0

0

Ranchi

26

9

0

3

Ratnagiri

31

21

0

33

Shimla

12

5

0

22

Sholapur

33

21

0

5

Srinagar

13

-5

0

0

Tiruchirapalli

30

19

0

0

Thiruvananthapuram

33

23

0

9

Udaipur

25

5

0

0

 

1.4C recorded at Sriganganagar
Tribune News Service

NEW DELHI, Jan 14 Cold wave conditions continue to prevail in Jammu and Kashmir and Uttar Pradesh and have extended into parts of north Rajasthan. Cold wave conditions have abated from Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi as also Punjab.

Rainfall: Weather was dry over the region.

Temperature: Past 24 hours change: Minimum temperatures rose in Punjab, fell in east Rajasthan and changed little elsewhere.

Departures: They were below normal in Haryana and east Rajasthan and the remaining parts of Jammu and Kashmir and Uttar Pradesh and normal in the rest of the region. The lowest temperature in the plains was 1.4C recorded at Sriganganagar (Rajasthan).

Forecast valid until the morning of 16th: Weather will be mainly dry over the region.

Forecast for Delhi and neighbourhood valid until the morning of 16th: Fog in the morning. Hazy sky later. No significant change in minimum temperature.

Farmers weather bulletin for Delhi: Forecast valid until the morning of 16th: Sky will be mainly clear.

Outlook for the subsequent two days: No large change.


Sun brings respite in region

CHANDIGARH, Jan 14 (PTI) After early morning foggy conditions the sun shined in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh today giving respite to the people from the cold wave as the mercury soared by about 2C in most parts of the region.

In the plains of Punjab and Haryana, Amritsar was the coldest place, where the mercury recorded a low of 2.9C, one degree below normal, a weather office spokesman said here.

Dense fog early in the day affected road and rail traffic as several mail and express trains, including the Himalayan Queen and Shatabdi Express, ran behind schedule.

The temperature was four degrees below normal in Ambala as mercury recorded a low of 3.4C while Patiala had a low of 6.5C.

Chandigarh had a minimum temperature of 6C, which was one degree below normal.The bright sun shine in the city brought relief to the residents from the battering cold conditions for over a week.

The met office has predicted dry weather in Punjab and Haryana in the next 24 hours and ground frost in many places of these two states during the next few nights. 
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