Source: We News

Hey there, snow enthusiasts! If you’re planning a trip to Murree and Galiyat, hold onto your beanies because things are about to get frosty! The Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) has sounded the alarm, warning all adventure seekers to gear up for some serious snow action.

So, what’s the scoop? Well, according to the PDMA, snowfall is on the horizon, and it’s not holding back. With a 70% chance of snow on Sunday and a whopping 75% chance on Monday, it’s safe to say that Mother Nature is feeling generous with snow. But hey, who’s complaining? Bring on the snow angels and hot cocoa!

High Alert Status in Murree and Galiyat

Now, before you grab your sled and hit the slopes, here’s a friendly reminder from the Murree district administration: Safety first, folks! They’ve got all hands on deck, making sure that every department is on high alert and ready to tackle whatever Jack Frost throws our way.

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Source: Dawn News

The PDMA wants you to be prepared, too. They’re dishing out some handy tips for all you snow bunnies out there. First off, check your ride before you head out. Ain’t nobody got time for a breakdown in the middle of a winter wonderland. And don’t forget to pack your emergency kit – you know, just in case you get stuck in a snowdrift or need a little extra marshmallow for your cocoa.

In case you find yourself knee-deep in snow and need a helping hand, the PDMA hotline (1129) is your go-to lifeline. Murree’s district administration is also on standby with their control room numbers (051-9269015, 051-9269016, 051-9269018) ready to assist any snow-induced mishaps.

Road Etiquette and Emergency Services

Now, let’s talk about road safety. Sure, drifting through snow-covered streets sounds like a blast, but let’s keep it safe out there, folks. Follow the traffic rules, use tire chains in snowy areas, and for the love of all things cozy, drive carefully!

And hey, if you’re feeling a bit lost in this winter wonderland, fear not! There are 13 tourist facilitation centers scattered around to lend a helping hand. And if all else fails, Punjab’s trusty emergency service, Rescue 1122, is just a call away.

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Source: Arab news

So there you have it, folks – Murree and Galiyat are gearing up for a snow-filled extravaganza, and you’re invited! Just remember to bundle up, stay safe, and embrace the magic of the season. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

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