Shimla: Moderate to heavy rains lashed several parts of Himachal Pradesh as the monsoon remained active.
The local MeT department has predicted wet spell in the region for the next six days upto July 29.
Baijnath which received 160 mm of rains in the past 24 hours was the wettest in the region followed by Palampur 71 mm, Mandi 40 mm, Jubbar Hatti 33 mm, Shimla 32 mm, Bharari and Janjheli 30 mm each, Sarahan 29 mm, Bhuntar 21 mm, Jubbal and Seobagh 15 mm each, Manali and Sarkaghat 13 mm each, Sundernagar 11 mm, Tissa 10 mm, Pachhad and Dharamshala 9 mm each.
Minimum temperatures decreased by 1 to 2 degrees and Mandi recorded a low of 13.1 degrees Celsius followed by Keylong 13.4 degrees Celsius, Manali 13.8 degrees Celsius, Kalpa 14.6 degrees Celsius, Shimla 16.5 degrees Celsius and Dharamshala 18.6 degrees Celsius.
The maximum temperatures increased by few notches and Una which recorded a high of 36 degrees Celsius was the hottest in the day followed by Sundernagar 32.8 degrees Celsius, Kangra 32.4 degrees Celsius, Bhuntar 31.8 degrees Celsius, Nahan 28.7 degrees Celsius, Solan 28.5 degrees Celsius, Dharamshala 27.8 degrees Celsius, Shimla 23 degrees Celsius and Kalpa 22.4 degrees Celsius.