This Article is From Jul 27, 2018

Keylong Remains The Coldest As Heavy Rains Lash Most Parts Of Himachal

Monsoon remained very active in the state during the last 24 hours, the Meteorological (Met) department said.

Keylong Remains The Coldest As Heavy Rains Lash Most Parts Of Himachal

The Met department said that Solan, Bilaspur and Mandi districts received heavy rains (Representational)

Shimla:

Heavy to very heavy rains lashed most parts of Himachal Pradesh today, with Keylong recording the lowest temperature at 10.7 degrees Celsius.

Monsoon remained very active in the state during the last 24 hours, the Meteorological (Met) department said.

Solan, Bilaspur and Mandi districts received heavy to very heavy rains, Manmohan Singh, the director of the Met department, said.

Extremely heavy rainfall of 207 millimetres occurred at Gohar in Mandi district during the last 24 hours, he said.

As per the data recorded today at 8.30 am, 100.4 mm rains occurred in Solan, followed by 64.7 mm in Sundernagar, 56.5 mm in Mandi, 52 mm in Kufri and 47.7 mm in Shimla, the director said.

Kelyong in Lahaul and Spiti district remained the coldest place in the state as the lowest temperature at 10.7 degrees Celsius was recorded there during the last 24 hours.

The minimum temperature was 12.4 degrees Celsius in Manali, followed by 13.2 in Kufri, 13.6 in Kalpa, 15 in Dalhousie and 17 in Shimla.

The highest temperature in Chamba and Hamirpur was 30.2 and 29.2 degrees Celsius respectively, he added.