Chandīgarh: There was no aid on Wednesday from the continued cold spell in Haryana and Punjab, with minimal temperatures hovering beneath regular limits in most locations. Fog was additionally seen in many locations in each states in the morning. According to the meteorological service, Haryana’s Narnaul reeled in extreme cold, recording a minimal temperature of 4.6 levels Celsius. Biting cold circumstances additionally prevailed in Sirsa, which recorded a minimal temperature of 6.4 levels Celsius.
Bhiwani recorded a low of 4.7 levels Celsius, Rohtak 7.8 levels Celsius, whereas Ambala’s low stood at 8.5 levels Celsius.
Punjab’s Bathinda recorded a low of 4 levels Celsius, whereas Moga and Muktsar additionally swayed in bitter cold with lows of 5.7 and 6.2 levels Celsius respectively.
Amritsar recorded a low of 8.6 levels Celsius, Pathankot 8.4 levels Celsius whereas Faridkot recorded a low of seven.4 levels Celsius.
Chandigarh, the joint capital of the 2 states, recorded a low of 9.1 levels Celsius.
While minimal temperatures have been hovering beneath regular limits in many locations for practically three weeks, most temperatures have additionally dropped sharply over the previous two weeks.
Maximum temperatures in Haryana and Punjab together with Chandigarh have been between 11 levels Celsius and 16 levels Celsius in many locations.