The minimum temperature was recorded at 12 in Amritsar in Punjab, 11.7 in Ludhiana and 13.5 degree Celsius in Patiala, which was nine degrees above normal. The minimum temperature was 10.5 in Adampur, 9.6 in Halwara, 10.5 in Bathinda, 12 in Faridkot and 12.4 degree Celsius in Gurdaspur. In the last 24 hours, 3.4 mm in Chandigarh, 8.3 mm in Ambala, 7.6 mm in Hisar, 25.8 mm in Karnal, 11.3 mm in Bhiwani, 8 mm in Sirsa, 12.9 mm in Amritsar, 3.7 mm in Ludhiana, 5.1 mm in Patiala, Adampur 6 mm of rainfall and 5.9 mm of rain in Gurdaspur.
Three days of torrential rain in Jammu
At the same time, the torrential rains in Jammu of Jammu and Kashmir have been disrupted due to the torrential rain. On Wednesday, the city received 50.1 mm of rain in 24 hours. Officials of the Meteorological Department said that the rain stopped on Wednesday morning, giving relief to the people.
A spokesman of the department said that Jammu received 50.1 mm rainfall in the last 24 hours. This is the second highest rainfall in two months in the month of January. Earlier, on January 13, 2020, there was 81.4 mm of rain, which is the highest ever. He said that on January 26, 2017, 47.7 mm rainfall was recorded in the city.
The spokesman said that the minimum temperature of the city was recorded at 12.1 degrees Celsius, which is 4.7 degrees Celsius above normal. Due to heavy rains, the Tawi river has been in spate but it is flowing below the danger mark right now.
The spokesman said that Banihal city, located near the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway, was the coldest area in the Jammu region with a minimum temperature of 0.2 degrees Celsius. 80.4 mm rainfall has been recorded in the city.