Heavy rains lashed several parts of Himachal Pradesh today. Sujanpur Tira in Hamirpur district was the wettest area which received 137 mm of rains. Dharamsala, Nadaun and Renuka received 96 mm, 92 mm and 85 mm of rains.
Sangrah in Chamba and Sarkaghat in Mandi district received 70 mm and 65 mm rains, followed by Mehre 64 mm, Khadrala 59 mm, Kangra and Una 55 mm, Palampur 50 mm, Bhoranj 49 mm, Nagrota Suriyan 48 mm, Kheri 47 mm, Baijnath 45 mm, Nahan 44 mm, Dehra Gopipur 43 mm, Amb 42 mm, Gohar 37mm, Solan 25 mm and Shimla 24 mm.
There was no significant change in the maximum temperatures and Bhuntar was hottest with a high of 34.5 degrees Celsius while Una and Sundernagar recorded maximum temperatures at 33.6 degrees and 31.3 degrees, followed by Dharamshala 27.6 degrees, Manali 25.6 degrees, Nahan 25.1 degrees, Solan 24.8 degrees, Shimla 23.4 degrees and Kalpa 20.0 degrees.
The minimum temperatures rose marginally and Kalpa and Manali recorded a low of 15.0 degrees and 15.6 degrees, followed by Shimla and Keylong 15.7 degrees, Dharamsala 16.2 degrees, Solan 20.5 degrees, Palampur 18.0 degrees, Nahan 19.7 degrees, Sundernagar 21.1 degrees, Bhuntar 22.0 degrees and Una 25.0 degrees Celsius.
The local MeT office has predicted rains or thunderstorm at many places in lower, mid and higher hills during next six days from tomorrow and warned of heavy rains at some places in mid hills tomorrow.