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Karachi Experiences Coldest Night, Mercury Below 14°C

Met Office reports a temperature drop to 13.5°C in the port city

Karachi conquered the Coldest Night of the colder time of year season as the temperature decreased to 13.5 degrees Celsius in the port city, as per the Met Office on Friday.

In Sindh, the least Coldest Night temperature was kept in Mithi (6.5 °C), trailed by Mohenjo Daro (7 °C), Sukkur (8) and 9.5 °C in Shaheed Benazirabad area.

As per the weather conditions forecasting division, the most extreme temperature in the city liable to run between 28 to 30 degrees Celsius.

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It said the city is probably going to observe a further drop in mercury on Saturday-Sunday night when the temperature is supposed to tumble to 12 °C.

The cool weather conditions denoted a remarkable difference to the city’s standard environment, provoking occupants to wrap up in light of the surprising virus spell.

As Karachi conquered this colder evening, local people explored the uncommon weather patterns, stressing the requirement for warm layers and adding a dash of winter to the beach front city.

The Met Division said dry weather conditions will win in the city for the following two days while light haze is likewise anticipated in the first part of the day.

It added that breezes are probably going to blow from the upper east during the day and from the southwest at night in the city.

The weather conditions are anticipated to stay dry and cold in many pieces of Sindh.

In the interim, as per the month to month report gave by the Met Office, almost typical to somewhat above precipitation (snowfall over the high mountain) is probable over most pieces of the country especially the focal pieces of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa during the ongoing month.

It said almost typical precipitation is logical over most pieces of the country especially Sindh during January.

“In February 2024, typical to somewhat above ordinary precipitation is normal over most pieces of the country especially the upper Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.”

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