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Snowfall in Himachal Leads to Improvement in Delhi’s Air

Snowfall in Himachal Leads to Improvement in Delhi’s Air


  • Lahaul Spiti have received the season’s heaviest rainfall.
  • Himachal Snowfall has led to a positive impact on Delhi and its neighbouring areas.
  • Visit the best snowfall destinations in Himachal this winter season.
Published: 05 Nov, 2018

Right before four days of Diwali, snowfall in Himachal Pradesh has reached higher. Hill Stations like Shimla and Manali have witnessed rainfall while other hill stations of Himachal Pradesh like the Kalpa and Chitkul in the Kinnaur District and Keylong in Lahaul-Spiti have received the season’s heaviest rainfall.

However, the changing weather conditions have moved to the east, leading to a positive impact over Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh where a drop in the low moisture temperature and winds can be seen. As per expert’s beliefs, this changing weather conditions was much-needed for Delhi and its neighbouring areas which the locals are now experiencing an improvement in the quality of the air that they have been breathing for so long.

Out of all the other tourist spots, Manali town has experienced the maximum temperature of 8.2°C and low temperature of 2.2°C with 40 mm of rain, which is the highest in the state.

Best Place to See Snowfall in Himachal Pradesh During the Winter Season

Himachal SnowfallThis winter season if you are planning a trip to Himachal Pradesh to experience the picturesque snowfall then these are the must visit place in Himachal Pradesh where tourists come and visit from across the globe and get an experience for a lifetime. So take a look and pick the destinations that you would like to visit in Himachal Pradesh.

So, get your bags packed to experience the best snowfall with your friends and family this winter season.

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Swati Mishra


Born and brought up in Assam- ‘The Land of Tea Gardens’, Swati is a Travel Writer who yearns to travel around the whole world someday. Coming from one of lush-green and peaceful states of India, her love for nature and rain is beyond imagination. She is an observant and is keen to explore more about the things that comes her way which could be clearly seen in her write ups. Other than this, she is a foodie and can do anything for food that is made out of cheese especially- The Alfredo Penne Pasta!

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