Monday, November 11, 2013

Fog descends month early, blinds Ludhiana

LUDHIANA: Residents woke up to a cold Thursday as a thin layer of fog declared the advent of winter. Last year, fog came only by the first week of December but this year, it made an early entrance. Surinderpal, director, meteorological department, Chandigarh, said, \"The fog in the city is because of western disturbance and it will clear up only after 24 to 48 hours. The temperature has also started dipping, indicating that winter is here. This time, fog arrived earlier. But such changes in weather occur in different years and are not permanent\".

The weather observatory in Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) recorded maximum temperature of 22.8 degrees celsius, about four to five degrees below normal, while minimum temperature was measured at 14 degrees celsius, around normal. The city also received 0.8 mm of rain on Wednesday night.
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