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Winter chill to continue in Sindh, Balochistan, warm days for Karachi, Lahore

Winter chill to continue in Sindh, Balochistan, warm days for Karachi, Lahore

06:25 PM

Pakistan Weather post

Most parts of Pakistan have been shivering under freezingly cold weather conditions. The minimums across many provinces have remained in single digits with a few even dropping to sub-zero levels.

The upper reaches of the country, specifically the regions in the North Punjab province have received scattered rain and snow in the last couple of days that continued in the past day as well.

In the last 24 hours, Astor recorded bone-freezing minimums at -7°C, followed by Gupis at -6°C, Ziarat -5°C, Malam Jabba -4°C, Kalat and Dir -3.9°C each, Quetta -3.5°C, Chitral -2.9°C, Parachinar -1.5°C and Balakot 1.7°C.

As per Skymet Weather, the weather across Pakistan is expected to remain dry and cold for the next 24-48 hours. Moreover, the isolated pockets of North Punjab province may also witness moderate to dense fog.

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The weather of Sindh and Balochistan will remain chilly. The minimums may drop to sub-zero levels across many places such as over Kalat, Quetta, Dalbandin, and Zhob. Frost is also expected over parts of Upper Punjab, Central Sindh, and Balochistan. The weather of South Sindh will on the other hand remain cool and comfortable with a clear sky.

Further, somewhat similar weather condition is expected to prevail in parts of Pakistan for at least another one week. Most parts of Sindh, Balochistan, and Punjab may not witness many episodes of rain and snow. However, around January 22, the western parts of Balochistan may receive scattered rain and thundershowers.

Karachi will continue to witness warm days and cool and comfortable night while Islamabad and Lahore may observe comfortable days along with cold nights.

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