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Monsoon receding in Himachal with moderate rain in isolated places

By   /  September 13, 2016  /  Himachal  /  No Comments

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On Monday, various regions of Himachal Pradesh experiences moderate rains. The monsoon has started receding, leaving majority of the state reeling under dry spell. Ghumarwin in Bilaspur district, Sarkaghat in Mandi and Arki in Solan district received 96 mm, 39 mm and 30 mm rainfall respectively. Over next six days, the HP Met has forecast […]

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Monsoon rainfall below average in Himachal: HP Met

By   /  August 22, 2016  /  Himachal  /  No Comments

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With cumulative rainfall at 521.4 mm in Himachal Pradesh, four districts of the State recorded shortfall this monsoon and remained below average in most parts of the State, informed the local meteorological office on Sunday. Overall, southwest monsoon was 17 percent deficient. Deficiency in Lahaul-Spiti, Kinnur, Chamba, Sirmaur and in Kangra were 78, 53, 47, […]

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Himachal expects heavy monsoon rains between July 23-24

By   /  July 23, 2016  /  Himachal  /  No Comments

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While neighboring state of Uttarakhand is experiencing heavy rains and flood condition, the North India is mostly dry. Rainfall remain absent in most parts of Himachal for last few days. The monsoon rains has failed to cover for the rain deficit in the state. Himachal is facing a rain deficit of 24 percent and have […]

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Monsoon subsides in Himachal, likely to remain weak till July 9

By   /  July 8, 2016  /  News  /  No Comments

People walking during sudden heavy rain in Shimla on Saturday.Photo toi

After experiencing heavy rains in various parts of Himachal during last week, the monsoon has subsided in the state. The HP Met Office has predicted that monsoon is likely to remain weak till July 9. Nahan and Bilaspur saw just 1 mm of rainfall, while Narkanda, Kufri, Shimla, Dharamsala, Palampur, and Manali remained deprived of […]

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Monsoon remains active in Himachal, more rains predicted this week

By   /  July 7, 2016  /  Himachal  /  No Comments

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While Shimla received a window of one day, several other parts of the State were lashed by heavy monsoon rains. Dharamsala recorded highest rainfall at 136 mm, while Ponta Sahib and Sundernagar recorded only 12 mm rainfall.  Monsoon still remains active in the region and caused drop in mercury.  Met predicted more rains and thunderstorm  […]

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Himachal experiences 12% excess rains, more to come: HP Met

By   /  June 29, 2016  /  Himachal  /  No Comments

Rains in Himachal

Himachal Pradesh witnessed early arrival of monsoon this year and has already experienced 12 percent excess rainfall. The region is likely to get more rains with thunderstorm in upcoming days. The lower and mid hills experiences intermittent heavy rains and caused marginal drop in mercury. HP Met has predicted heavy rains during next four days. […]

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HP Met forecasts heavy rains in Himachal

By   /  June 20, 2016  /  Featured, Himachal  /  No Comments

A woman walks with umbrella during sudden rain in Shimla on Monday.Photo TOI

The HP Met Office has forecast heavy rainfall in some parts of the state during next 24 hours. Places to witness rainfall may include Shimla, Narkanda, Kufri, Kalpa, Kausauli, Chamba, Dharamashala, Palampur and Manali. Yesterday, the temperature for Shimla was recorded at 23. Degrees while it was 25 degrees for Kalpa and Kinnaur, 29.8 degrees […]

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Scattered rains in Himachal, Met forecasts more rain over next six days

By   /  June 15, 2016  /  Himachal, News  /  No Comments

Himachal Weatehr forecast

On Tuesday, various parts of Himachal experienced spells of moderate rain, marking the arrival of pre-monsoon.  For today, the met department has issued thunderstorm and windstorm warning in mind and lower hills of the state. The met has also forecast scattered rains in lower, mid and higher hills of Himachal over next week.

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