The Pakistan Meteorological Service (PMD) predicts that rain and thunderstorms with snowfall over the hills will exacerbate cold temperatures across the country and that a prolonged winter in the upper region is expected to last until Saturday.
According to the Meteorological Department, cold and dry weather with cool winds is expected over most of the Sind area over the next twenty-four hours. The upper part of the province, including Sukur, Rory, and Larkana, will likely be foggy in the morning and at night.
Sindh chief meteorologist Sardar Sarfaraz said the chill hit the country after rain and snow in the upper reaches of the country.
“Cool or cold and dry weather with hazy or misty mornings is likely to prevail in most parts of Sindh in the next twenty-four hours,”
Mercury has fallen to 11 degrees Celsius in the last two nights and is expected to drop further in the coming days.
Meanwhile, temperatures in Karachi are expected to drop to 7 degrees Celsius on Fridays and Saturdays in dry and windy conditions, Sarfaraz added.