The city is likely to be shaken by the cold winds in Balochistan, said a meteorologist
Boys sit around a fire on a cold night in the streets of Karachi. Photo: Jalal Qureshi/Express
The metropolitan city is likely to experience another cold season with no risk of rain, starting from January 21 and continuing till January 22, according to Karachi’s chief meteorologist Sardar Sarfraz. He told The Express Tribune that the cold weather continues to subside, with the minimum temperature rising to 3 degrees Celsius on Tuesday.
Sarfraz said that the country may be shaken by strong winds blowing in Balochistan from January 21-22. Northeasterly winds may blow stronger than usual at this time. The chief meteorologist said that there is no chance of rain in the new winter season. This westerly wave will start moving towards Balochistan on the night of January 18th. The Early Warning Center of the Meteorological Department has predicted that from today (Wednesday), Balochistan will witness new weather of westerly winds. Also Read: Opening of Cold Wave Mars School
There is a chance of rain and shower on 19-20 January in Jacobabad, Qambar Shahdadkot, Kashmore, Shikarpur, Larkana, Sukkur, Ghotki, Khairpur, Dadu and Noshero Feroz. It also provides for a gradual reduction of the winter start (Wednesday). On Tuesday, the minimum temperature in the city was 9 degrees Celsius, while the maximum temperature was 26.2 degrees Celsius.
Balochistan received northeasterly winds throughout the day, with a maximum speed of 16 km/h. In the morning, there was a strong wind that made his visibility three kilometers.