According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department, the metropolis has broken a 10 year record for winter in November, with the MET office recording an average temperature of 10.5°C on Sunday, going below the 12°C level recorded in 2010.
The MET office also predicted that Karachi will be experiencing chilly dry weather for the next two days, with temperatures decreasing to an estimated 12°C after experiencing one of the coldest days of the year. The humidity has been recorded to be 57% as of today.
According to the PMD, mercury may drop down to 10 or 12°C on Monday and the weather is likely to remain cold and dry. Karachi will continue to experience cold spells with the temperature drops nearing the 10°C mark going into December, with the new system in place.