Cold weather persists in most of Punjab, Haryana; normal life affected after thick blanket of fog reduces visibility

Amritsar was the coldest place with a bone-chilling minimum temperature of 3.4 degree Celsius

Press Trust of India January 16, 2020 11:42:18 IST
Cold weather persists in most of Punjab, Haryana;  normal life affected after thick blanket of fog reduces visibility
  • Cold weather persisted in most parts of Punjab and Haryana on Thursday

  • Thick blanket of fog reduced visibility in the morning, affecting normal life

  • Amritsar was the coldest place with a bone-chilling minimum temperature of 3.4 degree Celsius

Chandigarh: The cold weather persisted in most parts of Punjab and Haryana on Thursday and a thick blanket of fog reduced visibility in the morning, affecting normal life.

Cold weather persists in most of Punjab Haryana  normal life affected after thick blanket of fog reduces visibility

Representational image. PTI

In Punjab, Amritsar was the coldest place with a bone-chilling minimum temperature of 3.4 degree Celsius.

Ludhiana (7.1 degree Celsius), Patiala (7.6 degree Celsius), Adampur (6.9 degree Celsius), Halwara (4.7 degree Celsius), Bathinda (5.4 degree Celsius), Faridkot (6 degree Celsius) and Gurdaspur (7.3 degree Celsius) also registered below normal minimum temperatures, a meteorological department official said.

In Haryana, Ambala recorded a minimum of 6.9 degree Celsius, Hisar (5.5 degree Celsius), Karnal (8 degree Celcius), Narnaul (7.5 degree Celsius), Rohtak (8 degree Celcius), Bhiwani (6.1 deg Celsius) and Sirsa (4.4 degree Celcius) too experienced a cold night.

Chandigarh registered a night temperature of 7.6 degree Celcius. The official said that thick blanket of fog reduced visibility in the morning at most places in Punjab and Haryana.

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