Dharamshala: On the night of December 29/30, high altitude Dhauladhar ranges of Dharamsala, the hill attraction of the state, received fresh snowfall.
Satellite image showing Dhauladhar mountain range near Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh
Snow can be found more in the Northern slopes (right side) than the warmer south facing slopes (left side) of the mountains pic.twitter.com/Qqa7ZKFs1Y
— Raj Bhagat P #Mapper4Life (@rajbhagatt) December 31, 2022
After fresh snowfall on the mountains, the entire Kangra valley and specially the hill station Dharamsala and McLeodganj are in a swear grip of intense cold wave. However, the first snowfall of the season brought cheer to the tourists visiting in the area.
Later, the weather cleared up towards the evening of 30th December.
Arvind Sharma is an award winning bi-lingual journalist with more than 20 years of experience.
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