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Weather of Karachi dropped below 10°C Celsius 

Komal FatimaWeb Editor

24th Dec, 2019. 01:26 pm
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Karachitis receive a hot weather today, temperature reaches 37°C

Karachi experiences the coolest weather today as the temperature went below 10 Degrees Celsius. 

According to details, the temperature in Karachi went below 9 degrees Celsius. Siberian winds from Quetta have caused a visible change in the weather of Karachi.

Pakistan meteorological department has predicted clear vision, and cold and dry weather today.

Children and adults have put on winter garments due to cold weather.

In addition to this, the consumption of fishes, soups, and other hot items has been increased as well. 

Apart from that, the prices of dry fruits have also increased to a great level. 

Trains schedules affected due to severe fog in various areas

The maximum temperature is likely to be 22 degrees Celsius today. 

Moreover, Skardu experienced a minimum of -13 degree Celsius, becoming the coldest place in Pakistan.

Humidity will remain from 45 to 55 percent and 10 to 20 percent in the evening in Karachi. 

Dense fog will cover most of the areas in Punjab and Sindh and in few areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa mainly during morning and night. It may cause low visibility for travelers. 

Above all, the minimum temperature recorded was Gupis Astore -9 degree Celsius, Kalat Bagrote -7 degree Celsius, Kalam -6 degree Celsius, Quetta Malamjabba -4 degree Celsius, Hunza -3 degree Celsius, Parachinar, Gilgit -5 degree Celsius. 

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