Mercury fell to six degrees Celsius in Karachi on Monday morning under the influence of a cold wave that swept across the country today, the Pakistan Meteorological Department said.
The Met Office added that the cold wave will continue until at least January 16 in the port city. “Under the influence of the cold north wind, mercury fell to 6 ° C on Monday morning and this weather pattern will most likely continue until January 16. After that, the nighttime temperature will most likely remain between 10-11 degrees Celsius,” said Sardar. Sarfraz, Sindh’s chief meteorological officer.
The Met Office predicts cool nights in Karachi this week with temperatures hovering between 6 and 8 degrees Celsius. The weather is likely to cool again later this month due to western disturbances.
“We expect another western wave later this month, which will bring rain and snow to the north and over the country in the third week of this month. This wave will be followed by extremely cold weather in the country and under its influence, it will cool down again at the end of this month and from next month, ”said Sarfraz.
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