Sardar Sarfaraz, chief meteorological officer for Sindh said, chilly wave has grasped the whole nation nowadays following westerly unsettling influences that caused rainfall and snowfall in the upper parts of the nation
It said the westerly cold wave is required to grasp upper and central parts of Pakistan. “Broad rainfall/wind-rainstorm is predicted in Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Kashmir from Wednesday night to Friday
The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has predict cold and dry climate for the following days in Karachi, particularly on Friday and Saturday, saying that the base temperature may drop to as low as 7 or 8 degrees Celsius.
Sarfaraz said the chilly wave spell in the city may go on until December 24, adding that the base temperature is probably going to stay somewhere in the range of 9°C and 11°C on most days, aside from this Friday and Saturday, when cool, dry and chilly winds conditions can cut down the temperature in the single digit.
The cold wave has shown up in the city after low temperature was recorded in different urban areas across Balochistan. As per the PMD, cold breezes are predicted to move in Balochistan and they will keep on influencing Karachi’s climate.
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