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Cold and dry weather to persist in 24 hours


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

17th Dec, 2019. 09:11 am
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Cold and dry weather is likely to persist in most parts of the country for the next 24 hours, said Pakistan Metro-logical Department on Monday.

In a statement, the Met Office said that thick fog is likely to exist in most plain areas of Punjab and upper Sindh during morning and night hours.

The weather department said that frost is also likely to form in Potwar region and most districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

During the last 24 hours, weather remained frigid in most parts of the country while extreme in upper areas.

Lowest Minimum Temperatures (°C):

Skardu, Astore-09°C, Kalam -08°C, Bagrote -07, Gupis -06, Hunza, Malamjabba -05°C, Parachinar, Kalat -04°C, Gilgit, Quetta -03, Dir -02, Murree and Chilas -01°C.

Earlier on December 3, a spell of very cold weather freezed northern areas of Pakistan with lowest minimum temperature recorded -09 C in Astore in Gilgit Baltistan region.

The Gilgit Baltistan region was undergoing a very cold spell of weather with Astore -09, Skardu -06, Gilgit -04 and Hunza -03 degree Celsius.

The areas other than Gilgit Baltistan which will remain very cold including Kalam -07°C, Gupis, Skardu -06, Bagrot -05, Kalat -04, Dir -03, Parachinar and Quetta -01°Celsius.

Deep fog continues to prevail in Dijkot, city and surrounding areas.

The minimum temperature was recorded at 12 degrees Celsius Karachi, while the weather will remain dry and cold throughout the day.

The Meteorological Department predicted the Lahore weather to be cold and dry.

Meteorological Department has predicted fog in the plains of Punjab, including Lahore.

The maximum temperature in the city is likely to be 19 degrees Celsius at least 4 degrees Celsius.

The weather will be dry and severe in most of the districts of the province.

Heavy rains expected in Gujranwala, Sargodha, Sialkot, Jhang, Faisalabad, Okara, Sahiwal.

 

 

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