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Jan 21, 2019

Cold wave grips Himachal Pradesh after fresh snowfall

Severe cold is being experienced in Himachal Pradesh as fresh snowfall in high-altitude tribal areas and rain at few places have brought down the temperatures considerably across the state. The MeT Office has predicted heavy rain and snowfall at isolated places in middle and high hills of the state today. AIR Correspondent reports that, The entire state is in a grip of cold wave condition due to light snowfall and rain in tribal areas. 

Meanwhile Light spell of snowfall is being experienced at high altitude areas of lahol-spiti, kullu, chamba and Shimla since last night. Weather department has issued the warning of heavy rain and snowfall at isolated places of high and mid hill of the state during next 36 hours. 

In view of heavy snowfall all district administration has advised the locals and tourist to take precaution and not to venture high altitude areas of the state. 

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