The city is witnessing cooler weather as the lowest temperature dips to 16.5 degrees Celsius due to northeast winds. In Karachi and other areas of the province, the day will be dry, but the night will be cold.
Southwesterly winds or sea breezes, which have a calming effect in the city’s typically warm weather, have been halted, and winds from the northeast will bring the mercury down, according to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD).
According to the Met Office, the minimum temperature in Karachi would drop further in the following two days, falling between 14-16 and 13-15 degrees Celsius.
The wind will continue to gust up to 18 kilometers per hour. The city’s highest temperature will remain between 28 and 30 degrees Celsius. Most of the province, particularly upper Sindh, will likely see dry weather with cool nights and misty/foggy mornings.
The Pakistan Meteorological Department projected in a meteorological report that the weather will stay dry and chilly across the country’s plains. Rain, thunderstorms, and snow in the mountains are forecast in the Potohar area, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, North Balochistan, Gilgit Baltistan, and Kashmir.