When will winter start in Pakistan this year?
A chill in the air is evident across Pakistan as a cold wave is expected to grip the country after October 17. The highest temperatures were recorded on October 16. In many cities across the country were in the range of 35 to 40 degrees.
PDM Statement regarding Pakistan’s weather
The Meteorological Department of Pakistan (PMD) has already issued a public advisory warning. People of the cold wave, which will bring dry, cold, and chilly winds throughout the country. The cold spell is expected to last a few weeks and will bring night temperatures much lower than usual.
Temperature in Northern Areas of Pakistan
The dip in temperatures is expected to be more pronounced in the Northern areas of the country. The temperatures have already dropped to as low as 15 degrees. The lowest temperature is expected in Murree. The temperatures are expected to drop to as low as minus three degrees.
The temperature in Different Cities
The cold wave is likely to affect various parts of the country, including Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Kashmir, Sindh, and Balochistan. The weather office has asked citizens to take precautions against the cold. The cold wave will come as a welcome respite to the people in the country. Those who have been experiencing one of the hottest summers in decades. With the harsh sun during the daytime, the cold wave is expected to bring some relief from the searing temperatures associated with summer.
Precautions for People
The people in Pakistan should take safety and precautionary measures to protect themselves from the cold wave. Wearing warm clothes and turning on room heaters should help keep people warm. The elderly, children, and those suffering from illnesses should take extra care and precaution. As the cold wave may cause health problems like cold, flu, pneumonia, and other respiratory issues.
As Pakistan prepares to embrace the cold wave after October 17, being prepared and vigilant is essential. By staying informed about the weather forecasts. People should invest in suitable winter clothing, and take necessary precautions. Citizens can make this winter season safe, warm, and enjoyable. Remember, preparation is the key to facing the challenges. The changing weather brings, ensuring a comfortable and cozy winter for everyone. Finally, people should also be aware. The cold wave in Pakistan may bring some snow and rain, which will worsen the cold wave while bringing some much-needed respite from the water shortage encountered this summer.