The tribal areas of Himachal Pradesh are experiencing near to freezing temperatures with mercury dipping to almost zero degree Celsius. Though the bright sunshine at day time is warm, the bone chilling and dry nights have compelled the tribals to remain in the premises of their homes. The minimum temperature of 0.7 degree Celsius was recorded at Keylong, one of the popular tourist places located in Lahaul-Spiti district. On the other hand, Kalpa town in Kinnaur district experienced a temperature low of 1.4 degree Celsius.
On Monday, Kalpa town had the maximum temperature of 16.2 degree Celsius while Keylong town witnessed 1.3 as its maximum temperature. Shimla, one of the leading tourist places of the state is also experiencing cold nights and warmer days. With the increasing chill in the air, the historic Ridge is receiving a large number of tourists. 9.9 degrees Celsius was the minimum temperature in the hill station whereas maximum temperature was 18.3 degree Celsius.
Dalhousie in the Chamba District of Himachal witnessed a low temperature of 10.7 degree Celsius and maximum temperature was recorded to be 13.4 degree Celsius, which is 6.8 degrees below the normal temperature.