Heatwave continue in parts of Himachal, Night temperature broke all previous records sizzled at 31 degree C

Sweltering heatwave is countinue in part of Punjab, Harayna, Rajasthan and few parts of Himachal Pradesh as humid weather and even night temperature is abnormally high, Minimum temperature of Una last night broke all its previous records as it was all time high at 31 degrees and ten degrees above normal.
Shimla Met Office Director Mr Manmohan Singh said that Minimum temperature of Una recorded on Jun 10on Today was 31 degrees compared to previous highest minimum temperature of 30.2 degrees recorded in Jun 11, 2013. Maximum temperature of Una on Jun 9 was 43.2 degrees and five degree above normal.
Maximum temperature of Una came down to 39 degrees following a heavy rainfall in early morning today followed by Bilaspur 36 degrees, Kangar 35.4 degrees,  Bhuntar in Kullu 35 degrees, Chamba 34.9 degrees, Hamirpur 34.6, Nahan33.3 degrees, Sundernagar 32.8 degrees and Dharmshala 32.2 degrees.
Maximum temperature of Shimla was 25.7 degrees compared to 27.7 degrees of yesterday( highest of this season),Kalpa 26.6 degrees, Solan 29 degrees, Dalhousie 23 degrees and Keylong in Lahaul Spiti 25.9 degrees respectively.
Met Office reocrded 78 mm rainfallin Palampur of Kangra district , Poantasahib 70 mm, Jogindernagar in Mandi 22 mm  Sundernagar 19 mm, Kandaghat of Solan and Baldwara of Mandi 17 mm, Dharmpur 15 mm,Wangto in Kinnuar 13 mm Jubbarhatti and Shimla 11 mm, Janjelhi six mm, Chhatari in Chamba, Bharmaur and Kasuli in Solan five mm each.
Dark Clouds were hovering over the sky since this afternoon and possible rainfall likely to further give respite from the sweltering heatwave and humid weather. 
The Met Office gave yellow warning of heavy rain, thunderstorm, lightening at isolated places  in mid and foothills for next four days from tomorrow onward in more than half dozen districts including Kangra, Kullu, Mandi,Solan and Sirmaur.
Forecast of rain and thundershower is also made in many places in next 24 hrs and most places from Jun 12 onward in the state predicting widespread rainfall in entire state.
The Met Office said that following development of inclement weather and advance affect of western disturbances in the North Indian States the Monsoon activity may be advance by ten days ahead in the regions which is earlier predicted to be make impact in the state after Jun 25 onward.. 

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