The Hush Post: On Thursday, Chandigarh was apparently colder than Shimla, as a cold wave swept the region and is likely to continue for the next two days because of snow in the mountain ranges of Himachal Pradesh. Chandigarh recorded the season’s lowest day temperature on Thursday at 14.2 degree centigrade, 4 degrees less than normal, while Shimla stood at 15.2 degrees. Ambala, Amritsar and Patiala were even colder than Chandigarh with temperatures hovering at around 13 degrees Celsius. In 2016, the maximum tempt recorded was 19.1 degrees Celsius in Chandigarh,, in 2015, it was 18.1 degrees and in 2014 it was 8.8 degrees Celsius. Night temperatures are comparatively higher in Chandigarh with 11.3 degrees recorded on Wednesday night, five degrees more than normal. Night temperatures are likely to fall in the coming days.