Karachi to Have Longer Winters this Year: PMD

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An official of the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has shared that Karachi might have longer winters this year. He further said that the relevant outlook would be shared in the first week of November.

As per the available details, in a daily forecast report that was released on Wednesday, the spokesperson of PMD said that the weather of Karachi is anticipated to get chillier at night over the span of the next 2 to 4 days.

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As informed the changing weather is anticipated to bring colder nights in Karachi over the span of the next few days. It was further revealed that owing to the change in the direction of wind over the twenty-four hours, the weather is to get colder at night.

The spokesperson also mentioned that the average temperature of October was 21.9 °C, but these days the temperature is being noted at 17.5 °C which is comparatively lower than normal.

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