Karachi is likely to get colder and temperatures will drop as low as six degrees in the upcoming days, says the Pakistan Meteorological Department.
“The Siberian winds coming from the Southern parts of the country, especially Quetta, will make the city colder,” said a spokesperson of the department.
As the temperature drops, it’s expected that the winters in the city will be at their lowest after five years. “In 2014, Karachi’s temperature had dropped to 6.5ºC,” the spokesperson added.
The department says the cold wave will last till January 22. The Met department has anticipated dry and cold weather for Tuesday in the metropolis.