Thursday, February 14, 2002, Chandigarh, India




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CHANDIGARH
  • The maximum temperature on Wednesday was 21.5C (70.7F) and the minimum 09.6C (49.3F).
    The maximum relative humidity was 93 per cent and the minimum 43 per cent.
  • Sunset: Thursday: 06.10
  • Sunrise: Friday: 07.03
  • OUTLOOK FOR  THURSDAY: Partly cloudy sky. 


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Extremes
Town Max (in Celsius) Min (in Celsius)
Ambala 22.6 09.0
Amritsar 21.3 04.8
Bhuntar 16.0 01.5
Hisar 21.4 07.3
Jammu 22.0 08.6
Ludhiana 21.8 07.8
Patiala 21.3 07.6
Shimla 13.1 01.2
Srinagar 07.6 04.2
Sundernagar 18.6 01.2

 

 

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

25

11

0

0

Ahmednagar

31

13

0

2

Allahabad

25

16

18

40

Aurangabad

30

12

0

3

Bangalore

30

19

0

1

Baroda

25

11

0

0

Bhopal

24

9

9

28

Bhubaneswar

33

20

0

47

Bhuj

24

7

0

0

Chennai

30

22

0

93

Cochi

32

22

0

tr

Dehra Dun

14

8

42

158

Indore

23

8

0

18

Jaipur

13

4

3

23

Kolkata

31

21

0

29

Lucknow

18

17

37

Mumbai

27

16

0

0

Nagpur

30

18

14

23

New Delhi

15

10

8

36

Patna

27

16

1

22

Rajkot

24

12

0

0

Ranchi

28

15

0

24

Srinagar

7

-5

0

94

Surat

25

13

0

0




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Cold wave prevails in J&K 
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, February 13
Cold wave conditions continue to prevail in Jammu and Kashmir and in parts of Rajasthan. They are likely to abate during the next two days. Cold wave conditions have abated from Himachal Pradesh.

Rainfall: Rain or snow has occurred at a few places in Himachal Pradesh and at isolated places in Jammu and Kashmir and Uttaranchal. Weather was mainly dry in the rest of the region. Bhuntar and Pandoh (Himachal Pradesh) each recorded 1 cm of precipitation.

Temperatures: Past 24 hours change: Minimum temperatures fell appreciably in Himachal Pradesh and east Uttar Pradesh, fell in Haryana, Punjab and Uttaranchal and changed little elsewhere.

Forecast valid until the morning of February 15, 2002: Rain or snow is likely at isolated places in Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. Weather will be mainly dry in the rest of the region.

Forecast for Delhi and neighbourhood valid until the morning of February 15: Mainly clear sky. Mist/fog in the morning. Chilly winds to continue. Minimum temperature will be around 7C.

Farmers weather bulletin for Delhi: Forecast valid until the morning of February 15: Sky will be mainly clear.

Outlook for the subsequent two days: No large change.

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Shimla cold, snow in higher reaches
Tribune News Service & PTI

Chandigarh, February 13
Even as bright sunshine greeted people at most places in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh today after rains lashed the region over the weekend, temperature in Shimla, however, dropped to 1.2C after receiving light rainfall during the past 24 hours.

The city recorded a maximum of 21.5C and the low was at 9.6C, a Weather Bureau official said here.

Ambala, too, was warm during the day as the high reached 22.6C. Hisar had a high of 21.4C and a low of 7.3C.

In Punjab, Amritsar, Ludhiana and Patiala had near similar highs at 21.3C, 21.8C and 21.8C, respectively. However, Amritsar was colder than the two during the night with a low of 4.8C. Ludhiana recorded a low of 7.8C and Patiala had a minimum of 7.6C after 0.3 mm of rain.

People in Shimla reeled under severe cold conditions with the low dropping to 1.2C after 1.6 mm of rainfall. The high was recorded at 13.1C. Sundernagar and Bhunter had a comparatively warm day with maximum of 18.6C and 16.0C. But the nights were much colder at a low of 1.2C in Sundernagar (1.9 mm rain) and 1.5C in Bhunter after heavy rains (10.4 mm) lashed the town.

Reports of snowfall were received from upper reaches in Himachal during the past 24 hours with Dhundi getting 22 cm of snow, Bhang 8 cm, Solang Nullah 10 cm and Patsio had a snowfall of 1 cm, the official said.

In Jammu and Kashmir, the people in Srinagar reeled under sub-zero temperature of 4.2C during the night. The maximum, too, was a bone-chilling 7.6C, he said adding that Jammu was much warmer with a high of 22.0C and a low of 8.6C.

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