‘Mild showers to continue, chill to stay till February’
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As the city woke up to mild showers on Friday morning bringing back the chill in the air, Met department experts predicted that "rain will continue for the next 24 hours".
K K Gill, Assistant Agro-Meteorologist, Punjab Agricultural University, said, "Winters are here to stay till February. Mild showers will continue for the next 24 hours, but by Monday the sky will clear up and the sun will be out."
The city's temperature was recorded at 12 degree Celsius (minimum) and 15 degree Celsius (maximum). "Once the sky clears up, minimum temperature will again fall to 5-6 degrees Celsius. The chill will be back, but at moderate level. It is not yet time to pack the woollens," added Gill.
The weather department has also confirmed foggy mornings and evenings. "Fog is also set to make a comeback. After Sunday, as temperatures will start to fall, there will be fog in the morning, and evening after 6 pm, reducing visibility," Gill said.
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