- Climate to stay dry and chilly throughout Pakistan
- Karachi’s temperature fell to eight.5°C Sunday morning
- Quetta’s temperature dropped to -9°C
KARACHI: The Pakistan Meteorological Division has forecasted chilly and dry climate in most elements of the nation with temperatures dropping lowest in higher elements and northern Balochistan whereas chilly winds engulf Sindh and southern Balochistan.
The temperature dropped to eight.5 °C in Karachi Sunday morning because the meteorological division predicts climate to stay chilly and dry for the subsequent 24 hours. The minimal temperature is anticipated to be round 10°C and 12°C throughout the subsequent few hours within the seaport metropolis with 36% humidity ranges and winds blowing from the northeast on the pace of 9 to 14 kilometres per hour.
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Clear, chilly winds blow within the Quetta Valley and surrounding areas because it information a low of -9°C. The temperature fell to -11°C in Ziarat, -10°C in Kalat, and -5°C in Dalbandin.
The northern hilly areas stay within the grip of extreme chilly. Water collected at numerous locations together with streets and in water pipes of homes froze as a result of extreme chilly throughout the province.