Pleasant weather to prevail across Manali, Shimla, Nainital, Mussoorie

Pleasant weather to prevail across Manali, Shimla, Nainital, Mussoorie

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hills postOctober is one of the best time to head towards the hills of Western Himalaya as the weather is usually clear. As per Skymet Weather, the weather will remain will remain cool and pleasant. The sky will usually remain cloudy to sunny during the upcoming weekend and there are no chances of landslides and rain.

Take a look at the weather across the best hill stations of India.

Srinagar: One of the most popular hill stations of Jammu and Kashmir, also known as the Venice of Kashmir is a great destination for the weekend as the weather across the city will be pleasant and sunny and the nights will be cool.

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Manali: Manali is another romantic hill station of Himachal Pradesh. The sky would be cloudy and the day will remain cool and pleasant. The maximum temperatures will range in lower 20°C.

Shimla: Is known for its scenic beauty, churches, and widespread apple farms. It the perfect time to visit Shimla as the weather is pleasant and the sky will remain cloudy. Rain is not likely during the weekend.

Click the image below to see the live lightning and thunderstorm across the western HimalayasHILLS

Dharamshala: Termed as one of the most beautiful hill stations, is highly known for its beauty. The sky would be cloudy, the temperatures would settle around 20 – 25°C. The weather will remain cool and pleasant.

Mussoorie: It is known as the queen of hills is the coolest place to hang out with the friends and family throughout the year. The morning temperatures will be around 9°C-11°C and maximums will revolve between 19°C-22°C. Weather will be clear, cool and comfortable.

Nainital: Pear-shaped lake amidst the mountainous describes Nainital best. The sky will remain sunny and the weather will remain cool and comfortable. The minimum temperatures across the city are expected to settle between 15°C 20°C and maximums will revolve around 20°C-25°C.

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