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Hot weather prevails in Haryana and Punjab

today, even as few areas in the states received rainfall. According to MeT department here, Union Territory Chandigarh recorded a temperature of 38 degrees Celsius, one notch above normal. Among other places in Haryana, Ambala recorded maximum temperature of ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Rains lash few parts of Punjab, Haryana

and Haryana, with maximum temperatures remaining far below normal level in most parts of both the states. Union Territory Chandigarh had a high of 36.8 degrees Celsius, a MeT department report said today. Among other places in Haryana, Ambala, Hisar and ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Light showers bring relief from rising mercury in Punjab, Haryana  New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago Heavy rainfall predicted at isolated places  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Rains continue in Punjab, Haryana; waterlogging in several areas

CHANDIGARH: Widespread rains continued today in vast swathes of Punjab and Haryana, bringing the mercury down even as the water-logging created inconvenience. Union Territory of Chandigarh at 46.9 mm, Ambala at 11.9 mm, Karnal (10 mm), Amritsar ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Haryana, Punjab Receive Heavy Rainfall; Temperatures Drop Sharply  NDTV1 month ago WEATHER-LD-PB - Heavy rains lash Haryana, Punjab; temperatures drop sharply  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago Heavy rains lash Haryana, Punjab; temperatures drop sharply  The Echo Of India1 month ago

Mercury dips as heavy rain lashes region

rains lashed several parts of Haryana and Punjab on Monday causing mercury to dip slightly. Chandigarh received 44 mm rainfall during the day and settled at maximum temperature of 30.5 degrees Celsius, three notches below normal level. The 45 ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Mercury dips as heavy rain lashes Punjab, Haryana  Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago WEATHER-PB - Rain lashes Haryana, Punjab; mercury drops  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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Widespread rains affect life in North

Heavy to very heavy rains considerably brought down temperature in North and Eastern parts of the country even as it led to waterlogging and disruption of road traffic in Delhi and other metros. Landslide on several stretches of Uttarakhand and ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Widespread rains affect normal life in North  Press Trust of India1 month ago Widespread rains affect normal life in the North  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Widespread rain hits normal life in north India  Millennium Post3 weeks ago

Rain expected as humidity levels rises across region

humidity levels and temperature go up, the residents across the region can expect rain to bring relief this weekend. The Chandigarh Meteorological Department has forecast return of rains by Friday. The MeT Department has forecast light to ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Heavy rainfall in Delhi, Uttarkhand, Himachal; Chardham Yatra pilgrims stranded

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: The southwest monsoon has been vigorous over Gangetic West Bengal and active over Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Odisha, Jharkhand, East Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Coastal Karnataka during past 24 hours.
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago
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