Rain in Shimla and Mandi, weather will remain bad till Gandhi Jayati
Weather in Himachal: Rain has damaged Himachal. On Tuesday, the movement of vehicles came to a standstill on 26 minor and major roads in the state. A cowshed including four kutcha houses has been damaged.
Shimla. Monsoon, which reached Himachal Pradesh about two weeks ahead of time, will be delayed by a week. The Meteorological Department has predicted that the monsoon will depart in the first week of October. Earlier, on Tuesday, it rained in Mandi and Shimla in Himachal Pradesh. The weather changed in Shimla in the afternoon and it rained. In Mandi, it rained heavily in many areas and strong wind also blew.
Jubbarhatti also received heavy rain in Shimla on Tuesday afternoon. At the same time, the weather remained clear in the plains districts. There is a possibility of rain in the state on Wednesday as well. The Meteorological Department has forecast that the weather will remain bad till October 2.
Rain has damaged Himachal. On Tuesday, the movement of vehicles came to a standstill on 26 minor and major roads in the state. A cowshed including four kutcha houses has been damaged. Himachal has suffered a loss of Rs 1100 crore due to incessant rains. On Tuesday, 50 mm of rain was recorded in Jubbarhatti in Shimla, 11.8 in Shimla, 13 in Chhaila, 10 in Narkanda, 7 in Dharamsala, 9.5 in Palampur, 5 in Mandi, 4 in Jogindernagar, 3 in Baijnath-Kufri and 2 mm in Shahpur.
- temperature rolled cold feeling
Due to the rains in Shimla, the weather has become cooler. On Tuesday, the maximum temperature in Una was 35.3, Kangra 32.4, Bilaspur 32.0, Bhuntar 31.7, Chamba 31.5, Sundernagar 31.4, Nahan 31.3, Solan 31.2, Hamirpur 31.0, Mandi 30.3, Dharamsala 26.6, Keylong 24.0, Shimla 23.3, Kalpa 22.6 and Dalhousie 20.9 degree Celsius. The mercury is falling due to continuous rain.