Pakistan will enjoy cold and dry weather on Sunday (today).
Karachi has received dry weather with cool nights. Westerly/northwesterly winds are blowing in the city.
PMD has recorded a minimum temperature of 14 Degrees Celsius on Sunday morning in Karachi. The department has also forecast maximum temperature between 13 to 16 Degrees Celsius till the next two days.
Northern areas will enjoy cold weather today, according to Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD).
The minimum temperatures recorded in different areas (in degrees Celsius) are Kalam (-8), Para Chinar (-7), Gopes (-5), Skardu, Astore, Bagrot (-4), Quetta and Der (-2).
PMD predicts that the atmosphere is clear and there will be no fog on Motorways.
A new report has said Climate change could be disastrous in 20 years with risks to global security.
The 2020 Munich Security Conference will open with a warning of how climate change is affecting global security.
The report, launched on the eve of the annual gathering warns of “imminent and dire” risks and urges military leaders to “climate-proof” security infrastructure.
“The security community therefore has a responsibility to prepare for and prevent these threats, including through climate-proofing international security at all levels.”
The report highlights water-shortages as one key area of concern and finds that rising authoritarianism, sharpened global competition and national agendas are hampering the needed cooperation among nations to address the security risks of climate change.