- Karachi may record most reduced temperature in 7 years tomorrow
- Strong winds are probably going to blow in Karachi from Sunday
- In 2013, Karachi recorded a base temperature of 6°C.
KARACHI: The virus wave the nation over and the city is probably going to get more extreme from one week from now, with the Met division foreseeing that the city can record its least temperature in seven years tomorrow.
According to the Meteorological Department representative, solid breezes are probably going to blow in Karachi from Sunday.
A new rush of westerly breezes has entered the nation because of which the seriousness of cold will increment in Karachi from Monday to Friday.
The temperature, as per the climate office, is required to drop down to the single digit.
Read more: Weather update: Karachi to confront another chilly front beginning Monday
In 2013, Karachi had recorded a base temperature of 6°C. Another virus wave is required to take tightly to the city in January and, as indicated by the Met office, it could rain in the city from January 6-7.
Other urban areas of the zone are additionally conquering the cold, as Chaman and Kan Mehtarzai got snowfall today. Gilgit-Baltistan and Upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s territories are likewise expected to get snowfall.
On the other hand, Motorway M2, Lahore to Islamabad, Pindi Bhattian, and M3 from Lahore to Nankana Sahib were shut due to the fog.