Shimla/ December 8
The Western Disturbance is likely to bring snow and rain in the high hills and plains of Himachal Pradesh during the next three or four days, local weather department predicted.
A fresh Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air system will affect the Western Himalayan region from 10th onwards, local weather man said.
While the most of the parts of Himachal continued to reel under the cold wave on Saturday.
A decrease of two to three degree in the maximum temperature was registered in Himachal during past 24 hours.
The minimum temperature recorded at Keylong was the lowest in the state at -3.1 degree Celsius. Kalpa in Kinnaur recorded a low of 1.4 degrees while tourist resort Manali experienced a minimum temperature of 4.0 degree Celsius.
While Bhuntar in Kullu recorded a low of 2.3 degrees celsius, 3.5 degrees in Solan, 1.8 degrees in Sundernagar, 3.9 degrees in Mandi, 10.2 degrees in state capital Shimla and 9.2 degrees Celsius in Dharamsala.
Shimla recorded 16.0 degree Celsius maximum temperature, while Sundernagar had a high of 20.1 degrees. Bhunter recorded 15.6 degrees, while Kalpa had a high of 10.8 degrees and Dharamsala recorded 20.8 degree Celsius. Maximum temperature in Una and Nahan was 22.8 degree Celsius and in Solan it was 22.4 degree Celsius.