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Imphal records lowest temp among NE capitals for 2nd day

By Correspondent

IMPHAL, Dec 30 - Imphal continued to record the lowest minimum temperature among all the state capitals of the North East for the second day on Monday.

According to the Regional Meteorological Centre, Guwahati, Imphal recorded a minimum temperature of 1.6 degree Celsius on Monday, with a maximum of 22.1 degrees Celsius, against Sunday�s record of 2.1 degrees Celsius. Imphal was followed by Kohima, which saw a minimum of 3.5 degrees Celsius against Sunday�s minimum of 3.8 degrees Celsius.

Minimum temperatures recorded in other state capitals of the North East were 4.9 degrees Celsius in Shillong, 5.9 degrees Celsius in Aizawl, 7.9 degrees Celsius in Guwahati, 8.5 degrees Celsius in Itanagar and 9.7 degrees Celsius in Agartala. Last year too, Imphal recorded lowest temperatures among all the North East capitals.

Manipur continues to reel under a cold wave after the state recorded the season�s coldest day on Christmas day (December 25) with the minimum temperature dropping to 2.02 degrees Celsius. It was recorded in Senapati district, as per the daily weather report of the Directorate of Environment (Climate Change Cell) of the state government.

Imphal has been swept by chilly winds for the past five days. The maximum (average) temperature recorded on Christmas day was 26.3 degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperatures across the state have been hovering around 4-5 degrees Celsius since December 20. The temperature has gradually gone down since December 22 (minimum 4.1 degrees Celsius) as per a report of the Directorate of Environment.

The minimum temperatures recorded in other districts on Monday were 3.9 degrees Celsius in Imphal West, 5.7 degrees Celsius in Imphal East, 4.1 degrees Celsius in Kangpokpi, 3.9 degrees Celsius in Churachandpur, 11.0 degrees Celsius in Tamenglong, 5.4 degrees Celsius in Bishnupur, 5.5 degrees Celsius in Kakching, 6.8 degrees Celsius in Noney and 7.8 degrees Celsius in Tengnoupal.

The India Meteorological Department said the state will experience fog or mist in the morning and clear skies later for the next two days.

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Imphal records lowest temp among NE capitals for 2nd day

IMPHAL, Dec 30 - Imphal continued to record the lowest minimum temperature among all the state capitals of the North East for the second day on Monday.

According to the Regional Meteorological Centre, Guwahati, Imphal recorded a minimum temperature of 1.6 degree Celsius on Monday, with a maximum of 22.1 degrees Celsius, against Sunday�s record of 2.1 degrees Celsius. Imphal was followed by Kohima, which saw a minimum of 3.5 degrees Celsius against Sunday�s minimum of 3.8 degrees Celsius.

Minimum temperatures recorded in other state capitals of the North East were 4.9 degrees Celsius in Shillong, 5.9 degrees Celsius in Aizawl, 7.9 degrees Celsius in Guwahati, 8.5 degrees Celsius in Itanagar and 9.7 degrees Celsius in Agartala. Last year too, Imphal recorded lowest temperatures among all the North East capitals.

Manipur continues to reel under a cold wave after the state recorded the season�s coldest day on Christmas day (December 25) with the minimum temperature dropping to 2.02 degrees Celsius. It was recorded in Senapati district, as per the daily weather report of the Directorate of Environment (Climate Change Cell) of the state government.

Imphal has been swept by chilly winds for the past five days. The maximum (average) temperature recorded on Christmas day was 26.3 degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperatures across the state have been hovering around 4-5 degrees Celsius since December 20. The temperature has gradually gone down since December 22 (minimum 4.1 degrees Celsius) as per a report of the Directorate of Environment.

The minimum temperatures recorded in other districts on Monday were 3.9 degrees Celsius in Imphal West, 5.7 degrees Celsius in Imphal East, 4.1 degrees Celsius in Kangpokpi, 3.9 degrees Celsius in Churachandpur, 11.0 degrees Celsius in Tamenglong, 5.4 degrees Celsius in Bishnupur, 5.5 degrees Celsius in Kakching, 6.8 degrees Celsius in Noney and 7.8 degrees Celsius in Tengnoupal.

The India Meteorological Department said the state will experience fog or mist in the morning and clear skies later for the next two days.