Winters have already marked their beginning over Pakistan. This is much more evident as the mercury has dropped by a few more notches. Moreover, the occurrence of fog is also being witnessed during the morning hours across most parts of the country.
Within a span of 24 hours form 08:30 am on Wednesday, the lowest minimum temperatures were recorded in Skardu -8°C, Kalat -6°C, Gilgit-5°C Astore -5°C, and Kalam -5°C.
Further, the weathermen expect dry as well as cold weather to persist across the country for the next 24 hours.
Fog could be seen in parts of Punjab and upper Sindh such as Lahore and Islamabad during the morning hours. Partly cloudy weather is also expected over isolated places of Balochistan.
A fresh Western Disturbance is likely to approach the Western Himalayas around November 25 or 26. This weather system will affect the country and give rains over the northern parts that include Punjab and Peshawar regions.
For now, the weather of particularly the southern zones of Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan will remain dry with clear sky conditions. Days are expected to be warm and sunny and nights to be cool and comfortable.
On the other hand, Balochistan will witness very cold days as well as nights.
IMAGE CREDIT: timesofislamabad.com