Karachi received light rain last night in several areas. Light rain has made the weather pleasant.
Drizzling occurred for a short time in several areas of Karachi such as Keamari, Landhi, Garden, and Nazimabad.
The minimum temperature recorded today in Karachi was 18.5 Degrees Celsius and can remain from 18 to 20 Degrees Celsius till the next two days.
On the other hand, the maximum temperature can range from 30 to 32 degrees Celsius today.
Weather will be dry in several parts of the country whereas it will remain cold in the northern parts of Pakistan.
According to the website of Pakistan Meteorological Department, the minimum temperatures recorded yesterday (in degrees Celsius) were Skardu (-7), Astore (-7), Kalam (-5), Gopes (-4), Para Chinar (-3), Hunza (-2), and Bagrot (-1).
Heliski expedition invited more than 60 international skiers in Shogran.
Heliski expedition was held in Shogran jointly under Afiniti and ISPR.
The long-week expedition invited more than 60 foreign skiers including high-level foreign dignitaries from various countries.
A press statement mentioned that the competition was organized to “promote tourism and explore the immense potential of Pakistan’s snow-clad mountains for adventure sports”.
The group also met with Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa.
Men and women from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Greece, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, UK, and the USA participated in the competition.
Expedition participants also visited the ISPR directorate DG Major General Babar Iftikhar briefly told them about the security environment in the country for sports and tourism.