Karachi would be witnessing cold-dry weather during the next 24 hours, as said by the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Monday.
As per the shared details, the weather update revealed a minimum temperature of 12°C with humidity of 57 percent.
Previously, the city of lights saw one of the coldest days of the winter season ever in the city’s history and broke a 10-year-old record.
The least temperature recorded was at 10.5°C, which exceeds the earlier record of 12°C in 2010.
As per the PMD, the minimum temperature recorded in the month of November was 7.4°C back in the year 1996.
On the other hand, different development projects are to be introduced in Buner. They were inaugurated on Sunday and they are worth Rs. 91.94 million.
The details shared indicated that the projects include a water supply scheme, a playground and a road built in Tupdarra.
The inauguration of the playground would encourage the area youth to take part in healthy activities.
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