Karachi: Temperature likely to remain low in coming days, PMD
Temperature in Karachi likely to remain low, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) said today.
According to the PMD spokesperson, the heat intensity in Karachi during the day may be less and the maximum temperature will remain below 30°C.
The minimum temperature was recorded at 15.5°C with 34% humidity. Light winds are blowing from the northeast, the weather department said.
The Met office said that due to fog, the visibility is up to 4km near the airport in Karachi.
Earlier it was reported, Pakistan would witness colder weather in February than usual, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) had said.
According to PMD, the minimum temperature in Karachi had been recorded 11.5°C and dropped by 9°C.
In addition, the humidity in the metropolis had been recorded at 72%, with light winds blew from the southwestern direction, added PMD.
On the other hand, the weather department had predicted dry weather in the northern and mountainous areas of Balochistan.
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