Karachi weather update: Cold wave likely to lose steam from next week

“Parts of Karachi are likely to receive drizzling during next two to three days,” forecasts weather expert

Labourers keep themselves warm near a fire during a cold morning in Karachi on January 13, 2023.  —Reuters

KARACHI: The prevailing chilly weather in Karachi is likely to decrease its intensity from December 25 (Monday), weather analyst Jawad Memon forecast on Friday.

Talking to Geo News, the weatherman said that the maximum and minimum temperature is likely to range between 12-14°C in the nights from the next week.

According to him, day temperatures are likely to stay between 28-29°C in the port city from December 25.

“Parts of the port city are likely to receive drizzling during the next two to three days.”

The biting cold may again grip Karachi from early January 2024, he predicted.

In its daily weather report, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) said that mainly cold and dry weather is expected in most parts, while partly cloudy in upper parts of the country on Saturday (tomorrow).

It further said that light rain is likely at isolated places in the Pothohar region, upper Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Kashmir, and adjoining hilly areas during the morning. Light snow over mountains in the areas is also expected.

The Met Office said that smog is likely to persist in plain areas of Punjab, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, and upper Sindh.  

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