Karachi Breaks its 10-year Winter Record this November


On Sunday, PMD (Pakistan Meteorological Department) revealed that this November, Karachi has broken its ten-year winter record.

As per the reports, the minimum temperature recorded this month was 10.5 degrees, breaking the 2010 record in which the lowest temperature in November was 12 degrees.

As per the Met Department, the lowest temperature recorded in November was 7.4 degrees which were recorded back in 1986.

Furthermore, Karachi is likely to experience dry and cold weather in the next twenty-four hours as well.

On the other hand, winter has arrived in other areas of the country as well. Northern areas such as Swat, Naran, Galiyat, Abbottabad, Mansehra, Nathia Gali, and Azad Jammu and Kashmir were covered in a blanket of snow.

Within the last twenty-four hours, the lowest temperatures have been recorded in Kalam at -5 degrees, Gilgit at -2 degrees, and Bagrot at -3 degrees. The Met Department stated that the weather will remain the same in the upcoming week with more snow and rainfall.

Moreover, several roads have been closed due to heavy snowfall in Galiyat over the last 3 days. Large tracks of Punjab were covered by dense fog on Sunday, reducing visibility to 60 to 120 meters.

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