Karachi to Witness Another Cold Spell from Dec 28

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The winter is not to go anywhere soon in Karachi as the Met Department of Pakistan has forecasted a new cold spell in the city starting from the 28th of December.

As per the shared details, the met office said that the mercury would start going down from December 28. “The mercury could drop to single-digit in the city,” the PMD said forecasting that the upcoming cold wave would be far more chilling than the previous one recently.

It is noteworthy that a cold wave already prevails in the city as the minimum temperature recorded as low as 9.1ºCelsius, on Monday morning, according to the weather report.

The northeastern winds further adding to the cold feeling with the wind speed recorded at 11 kilometers per hour, Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) said.

Easterly/Northeasterly winds blowing in the city as existing cold wave likely to persist for a few more days.

The weather is partly cloudy and 43 percent humidity recorded in the morning, the met office said.

Cold and dry weather is expected in most parts of the nation, while very cold in north Balochistan and upper parts. However, rain (with snowfall over hills) is expected in Kashmir, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Gilgit-Baltistan.

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