The parts of Himachal have received another spell of snow while the entire Lahaul valley has received heavy snowfall and the administration has ordered to close the schools for two days. With some areas receiving heavy snow and blankets of snow forming several layers, the Himachal disaster management authority has warned about avalanches in districts

Updated on January 10, 2020 No respite from cold, Manali shivers at minus 7.6 degrees C The intense cold wave conditions continued to affect normal life in Himachal as mercury at some places had plunged below minus 15 degrees Celsius. Post heavy snowfall, the bone-chilling cold in Manali is breaking records of last many years.

Heavy snowfall in parts of Kullu-Manali, Lahaul-Spiti and Mandi districts left traffic interrupted in many major roads while nearly 200 tourists stranded near Manali on Thursday. Hundreds of tourists had reached Gulaba and Kothi to see snowfall on Thursday morning. As it was snowing fast, tourists were asked to descend down to Kothi. Ignoring warning,

MANALI: Himachal government has sounded an alert following heavy snowfall warning in mid and high hills and heavy rains in low hills till January 6 by meteorological department. High hills of Kullu, Lahaul-Spiti, Kinnaur, Chamba and Kangra are getting fresh snowfall since Friday evening. The temperature in state which had increased by 4 to 5

MANALI: No snowfall on Christmas has certainly disappointed thousands of tourists in Himachal but unexpected snowfall in Manali on Wednesday evening at 8:30pm thrilled them with joy and surprise. While it was sunny day till noon, the black clouds started hovering over the sky in the afternoon. Suddenly it started snowing in the late evening

Mountains surrounding Manali are glittering like silver with first snowfall of the season which is continuing since Sunday. The intermittent snowfall has sent light waves of cold towards valleys where mercury has dipped abnormally. Mountain peaks including Rohtang, Hamta, Deo Tibba, Indrasan, Hanuman Tibba and Friendship peak are getting light snowfall. Lower parts of Kullu

Manali on Tuesday woke up to the crystal valley, with all taps, brooks, sewers, roads, leaves, trees and even the toilet plushing systems completely frozen and icicles handing everywhere. At minus 7 degrees Celsius, Manali had the coldest night of this year. Everything that was exposed to the air was turned ice. Even the internal