In a glorious state of affairs (or not, because we aren't equipped for this new age of winter), the Pakistan...
In a glorious state of affairs (or not, because we aren't equipped for this new age of winter), the Pakistan Meteorological Depart (PMD) said a new cold wave will last until January 18.
With the weather setting new records, the mercury is expected to drop as low as 3 degrees Celsius in the port city, which will be Karachi’s lowest temperature in its over 70 years of recorded history.
The lowest recorded temperature in Karachi was 3.3 degrees Celsius, on 11 February 1950.
As per the PMD report, the new rain system will cause widespread rains across the country with downpour expected in parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, upper and central Punjab, Islamabad, Gilgit Baltistan, and Kashmir on Monday and scatted rains in south Punjab and north-western Balochistan.