January 23rd 2020: Karachiites will not be witnesses Spring anytime soon as the MET authorities have predicted a longer winter spell for the city.
According to the experts, chilly breeze only continuing until the mid of January, however this year, there’s a very good chance of it staying longer.
“The winter season will continue in the city till the end of the February,” these winds will extend the cold-weather season in the city.
If the cold winds persist in Karachi, we can expect to witness 8-10 degrees of temperature. On the other hand, Pakistan Meteorological Department has predicted maximum temperature to reach 24 degrees Celsius today.
January 10th 2020: The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has predicted another strong westerly weather system to enter western parts of Balochistan tonight.
Under the influence of this weather system, the weather department said, widespread rain with snowfall over the hills is expected in Balochistan on Saturday and Sunday.
Heavy rainfall is expected in Gwadar, Kech, Panjgur, Chagai, Quetta, Mastung and Kalat districts during the period, it added.
Rain is also expected in all districts of Sindh, including Karachi, between Saturday and Sunday.
January 2nd 2020: The ‘City of Lights’ experienced chilly winds and drizzle the second day into the new year.
Karachi’s Korangi, SITE, Saddar, F.B. Area, and other localities received drizzling this morning.
In upper Sindh moderate to dense fog is likely to prevail in districts of Sukkur, Larkana, Rohri, Padidan, and Jacobabad during the morning and night hours.
Many parts of the province is expected to feel dry and cold weather for the upcoming days.
On the other hand, Quetta and adjoining areas received the first snowfall of the new year!
Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) Director Sardar Sarfaraz had shared that the lowest temperature recorded in the city was 9°C in the current season.
Furthermore, Western winds from Iran are expected to enter from Balochistan from 3rd January, which is why rain is expected for both provinces.
School holidays were expected to be extended in Sindh due to the harsh weather conditions. However, schools have been re-opened after winter vacations came to an end.
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