Monsoon is likely to be submissive for the next 4 days in Himachal

The South West Monsoon system paralyzed normal life in the Last week of June likely to be submissive for the next four days as IMD forecasts generally cloudy sky and light rain at few places in the state.

IMD said that Monsoon rain was confined to a few places in the state during the last 24 hrs and it would turn weak from July 2 to 4. Kasauli(Solan) and Dhaulakuan(Sirmaur) had 43 mm rain Jubberhatti(Shimla) 28.5 mm

Pachhad(Sirmaur) 25.2 mm, Sundernagar 23 mm and Solan 15 mm and Shimla 11. 

IMD said that Monsoon rain and a Western disturbance impact weather slightly as rain is likely to occur at a few places in the mid and foothills and isolated places in the high reaches.

Lesser administration is likely to restore major roads and highways affected due to heavy rainfall in June month, however, the Monsoon system is likely to confine only a few places.

No alert or warning has been issued by the Met Office in the state as the state is likely to have scattered Rainfall in most places in the next three days.

According to the Lahaul-Spiti district administration, Manali Leh National Highway ( NH – 003 ) is open for all types of vehicles, movement of vehicles would be from Darcha to Sarchu between 0900 hrs to 1100 hrs and Sarchu Darcha between 1400 to 1600 hrs  Darcha Shinkula Road is open for four by four and four by two drive vehicles from Darcha towards Zaskar from 0600  to 1100 hrs. 

 Pangi Killar Highway ( SH – 26 ) is open for all types of vehicles. Kaza road ( NH – 505 ) from Gramphu to Kaza is open for 4  by 4 and 4  by 2 vehicles and from Sumdo to Losar is open for all types of vehicles.

Chandigarh-Manali NH-3 including Kiratpur-Manali Manali four lanes is opened for vehicular traffic on both lanes after a gap of one week in the last 24 hrs.

According to IMD South West Monsoon system is likely to be below normal in Himachal Pradesh and other North Western Himalayas states however in the June monsoon season state got 29 pc excess rainfall.

No major changes were noticed in the minimum and maximum temperature of the state in the past 24 hrs.

Tourist inflow to all major destinations affected by the previous weekend is likely to pick up despite Monsoon rain sweltering heatwave conditions still prevailing in the north and central India plains.

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