Temperature data have been damaged across the nation on account of the present chilly spell. Unprecedented low temperatures have been recorded in a number of areas all through Sindh and Punjab.
Based on Pak Meteorological, the biggest automated community of climate stations in Pakistan, the current chilly wave will start to wane in energy beginning at the moment.
One other chilly wave is on the horizon, and Pak Climate predicts that it’s going to sweep the nation this week. Tomorrow, a westerly disturbance will transfer into Balochistan, and from January 18 to January 20, rain and snow are more likely to happen in sure areas of the province. Moreover, rain is anticipated within the province’s shoreline area.
🛑 ملک بھر میں جاری شدید ریکارڈ توڑ سردی آج سے کمزور ہونا شروع ہوجائے گی، کل سے درجہ حرارت بڑھنے کا امکان، 18/19 جنوری سے مغربی سسٹم بلوچستان میں بارشوں اور پہاڑوں پر برفباری کا سبب بنیگا، جو 20 سے 24 تاریخ تک ملک کے شمالی حصوں کو بھی متاثر کرے گا.
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Owais Hyder, the founding father of Pak Climate, mentioned in an unique interview with ProPakistani that parts of Sindh within the northwest and west ought to count on rain on January 18 and 19. The nineteenth and twentieth of January will see some mild rain in Karachi.
Heavy snowfall is predicted for the northwest and northern areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), in addition to Murree, Gilgit Baltistan (GB), and Azad Jammu and Kashmir, from January 20 to 25. (AJK).
Starting on January 23, the following chilly wave will decide up steam, and most areas of the nation might count on a drop in temperature. In Karachi, the mercury will dip to six°C, whereas it is going to be between 0° and a couple of°C in Islamabad, 1° and three°C in Lahore, and -10°C in Quetta.