Karachi eagerly awaits winter as temperature fall below 17°C

Karachi eagerly awaits winter as temperature fall below 17°C

According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), Wednesday morning’s temperature dip to 16.5 degrees Celsius, which is the lowest of the current season so far, has Karachi eagerly anticipating winter.

According to the PMD, 16.5°C was the lowest temperature recorded over the past 24 hours.

The following 24 hours are expected to be dry with a little fog, according to the forecast.

During this time, the temperature may drop to 17° to 19°C while reaching a maximum of 31° to 33°C.

66 percent humidity was measured by the Met department, while sluggish northeasterly winds were reported.

The overall weather forecast for Pakistan

According to Radio Pakistan on Wednesday morning, the majority of the nation may expect mainly cold and dry weather over the next twelve hours, with foggy conditions likely to predominate in plain districts of Punjab in the morning.

The country is predicted to see weak La Nina conditions and lower-than-normal air pressure for the next two months, according to the Met department’s forecast.

Overall, the country is projected to experience normal to below-average precipitation, with the biggest negative departure occurring in the northern half of the country, according to the report.

While southern Punjab, Balochistan, and Sindh are anticipated to receive approximately normal precipitation throughout the predicted winter season, northern Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Kashmir, and Gilgit-Baltistan may have below-average precipitation.

“The temperatures are expected to remain above normal over northern parts of the country, slightly above normal over western to south-western parts and nearly normal over eastern parts with a tendency towards below normal night time temperatures over southwestern parts during the forecast season,” the forecast document stated.

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