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SHIMLA: Bit­ing cold per­sisted in most parts of Hi­machal Pradesh even as the state wit­nessed a dry and sunny day and day tem­per­a­tures rose marginally. The high-al­ti­tude tribal ar­eas groaned un­der bit­ing cold wave con­di­tions with min­i­mum tem­per­a­tures rang­ing be­tween mi­nus 13 degrees Cel­sius and mi­nus 20 degrees Cel­sius. Key­long and Kalpa in tribal La­haul and Spiti, and Kin­naur reg­is­tered a low of mi­nus of mi­nus 7.2 degrees Cel­sius and mi­nus 3.4 degrees Cel­sius re­spec­tively. Bhuntar recorded a low of mi­nus 1.5 degrees Cel­sius, fol­lowed by Sun­der­na­gar mi­nus 0.9 degrees Cel­sius, Palam­pur 0.5 degrees Cel­sius, Solan 1 de­gree Cel­sius and Una 1.8 degrees Cel­sius. The mer­cury rose marginally to 2.4 degrees Cel­sius in Manali, while Dharam­sala, Na­han and Shimla shiv­ered at 4.8 degrees Cel­sius, 5 degrees Cel­sius de­gree and 5.5 degrees Cel­sius re­spec­tively. Day tem­per­a­tures rose by three degrees and Una recorded the high­est max­i­mum tem­per­a­ture of 25.8 degrees Cel­sius.

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