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Tourists rejoice as Shimla, Manali witness another spell of snow

Tourist destinations of the hill state like Kufri in Shimla district and Dalhousie in Chamba district also saw acute cold wave conditions at freezing point.

Himachal Pradesh’s famed tourist place Manali in Kullu district witnessed a fresh spell of snow, taking the temperature to minus five degrees Celsius, news agency PTI reported. (Express photo: Pradeep Kumar)

Tourists rejoice as Shimla, Manali witness another spell of snow

Other tourist destinations of the hill state like Kufri in Shimla district and Dalhousie in Chamba district also saw acute cold wave conditions at freezing point. In pic: Vehicles covered with snow were seen parked aafter fresh snowfall in Shimla. (Express photo: Pradeep Kumar)

Tourists rejoice as Shimla, Manali witness another spell of snow

The minimum temperature in state capital Shimla and Palampur was 1 degree Celsius each, according to PTI. In Pic: Beautiful view of Historical ridge on Sunday morning. (Express photo: Pradeep Kumar)

Tourists rejoice as Shimla, Manali witness another spell of snow

Aerial view of Shimla on Sunday morning. (Express photo: Pradeep Kumar)

Tourists rejoice as Shimla, Manali witness another spell of snow

Shimla received season's first snowfall in early December which had brought cheers on the faces of tourists and local hoteliers. (Express photo: Pradeep Kumar)

Tourists rejoice as Shimla, Manali witness another spell of snow

The minimum temperature at Kufri and Dalhousie remained minus 2.9 and 0 degree Celsius, respectively. (Express photo: Pradeep Kumar)

Tourists rejoice as Shimla, Manali witness another spell of snow

In June, Shimla hit the headlines for its drinking water crisis lasting eight days when water availability dropped down to 18 million litres per day against the requirement of 40-42 MLD. (Express photo: Pradeep Kumar)