The minimum temperature in the city on Monday morning fell to 08 º Celsius as northeastern Siberian winds blow across the city, Karachi will experience cold and dry weather in the next 24 hours, while humidity is recorded at 21 percent in the morning.
The Pakistan Meteorological Department reported in its report that wind speeds had been recorded at between 10 and 12 kilometers per hour in Karachi. The maximum temperature can increase during the day to 27 degrees Celsius.
Visibility limits up to four kilometers in the city.
Winter in the city will continue for another two days, the weather report said.
In addition, severe cold waves continued in the northern districts of Balochistan including Quetta, where mercury fell to minus-8 degrees Celsius affecting normal life in the region. The minimum temperature in Kalat is minus 09 Celsius.
Cold and dry weather is expected in most parts of the country, while it is very cold at the top.
According to sources, heavy fog had occurred in several areas of the Punjab and upper Sindh plains, the office said.
Minimum Temperature: Mercury drops to minus-13 in Leh and Astore, minus-12 in Kalam, minus-11 in Gopis, minus-09 in Kalat and Bagrote, minus-08 in Quetta, minus-07 in Skardu and Gilgit, minus – 06 in Pulwama and minus-05 in Hunza, Malamjabba, Dalbandin, Srinagar, Baramulla and Anantnag.