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Rain Brings Cold Weather To Karachi

Rain Brings Cold Weather To Karachi

Karachi is currently undergoing a spell of chilly weather following light showers in various parts of the city earlier in the day.

Rainfall was observed in several bustling areas of the metropolis, including II Chundrigar Road, Shahra-e-Faisal, Old City Area, MA Jinnah Road, Saddar, and nearby localities. Gulshan-e-Iqbal and Gulistan-e-Jauhar were also among the areas touched by the showers.

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Earlier in the week, on Tuesday, precipitation was reported in areas such as Super Highway, Nooriabad, Kathor, and their surroundings.

The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) had issued a prior warning about the potential for snowfall in northern regions, cautioning about possible disruptions to transportation on this day. Tourists and residents of hilly areas were advised to exercise caution in light of this forecast.

Meteorological officials attributed the current weather conditions to a westerly wave impacting the western and upper regions of the country, a pattern expected to persist for the coming days.

The forecast indicates cloudy weather accompanied by rain, including snowfall in mountainous areas, in Gilgit-Baltistan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Islamabad, the Potohar region, Upper Punjab, and Kashmir. Moreover, heavy rainfall and snowfall are anticipated at isolated locations in Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, Murree, Galiyat, and upper Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa during this period. Additionally, fog is predicted in certain areas of Punjab and upper Sindh.

This weather update aligns with the ongoing winter dynamics in the region, with varied conditions across different parts of the country. The influence of the westerly wave is a key factor contributing to the precipitation and temperature variations observed in Karachi and other mentioned regions.

As the meteorological conditions evolve, residents and authorities are advised to stay informed about weather forecasts and exercise necessary precautions, especially in areas prone to disruptions due to rain, snowfall, or fog. The awareness and preparedness for diverse weather patterns are essential for ensuring the well-being and safety of the public during the winter season.