Mercury likely to drop further in Karachi – Pakistan

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KARACHI: After experiencing two windy days, residents in town are likely to see calm climate with a further drop in temperature by two to three levels Celsius over the subsequent two days, the Met division said on Tuesday.

According to the forecast, dry climate with cool/chilly nights and foggy mornings is likely to prevail in most components of Sindh, together with Karachi.

The minimal temperature is anticipated to vary between 12-14°C on Wednesday (at the moment) and 13-15°C on Thursday.

“This change in climate brought on by rain and snowfall in Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would quickly subside and the mercury is likely to go up by Dec 22 once more,” Chief Meteorologist Dr S. Sarfaraz defined.

He added {that a} chilly wave was linked with the arrival of Siberian winds and that’s likely to occur in town by the top of this month or in the primary week of January.

The most and minimal temperature recorded on Tuesday was 25.8°C and 15.2°C, respectively.

Published in Dawn, December twentieth, 2023

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