Expect Fog in Islamabad and Key Cities Over the Next 24 Hours

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Expect Fog in Islamabad and Key Cities Over the Next 24 Hours

Cold and Dry Weather Forecast Across Pakistan

PakWeather’s 24-Hour Outlook

PakWeather, a renowned private meteorological service, has issued a weather forecast predicting predominantly cold and dry conditions across the nation over the next 24 hours. This outlook suggests a significant change in weather patterns affecting various regions of the country.

Fog and Clouds in Punjab and Sindh

Residents in Punjab and Sindh, particularly in major cities like Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and Lahore, should expect cloudy skies accompanied by fog. This weather phenomenon is set to impact visibility and potentially daily activities in these urban areas.

Rain and Snowfall in Balochistan

The forecast indicates a shift in weather for Balochistan, with the western, southern, and northern parts of the province preparing for a mix of rain and snowfall. These conditions may lead to cooler temperatures and could affect travel in the region.

Weather Shifts in Northern Pakistan

Northern Pakistan, including Gilgit-Baltistan, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Kashmir, is likely to experience scattered clouds. There is also a possibility of light rain and snowfall, which could bring a slight drop in temperatures and scenic snow-covered landscapes.

Incoming Western Wind Systems

PakWeather has identified two new western wind systems approaching the country. The first system, expected between January 3 and 9, may bring rain and potential snowfall to Balochistan, particularly affecting its western, upper, and southern parts. Concurrently, some areas of Sindh, including Karachi, could witness light rain or drizzle.

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The second system, anticipated from January 9 to 15, is forecasted to bring rainfall and snowfall to northern Pakistan, affecting regions like Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Kashmir.

Light Rain in Punjab

Most areas of Punjab are expected to see only light rain, with the possibility extending to its northern, northwestern, northeastern, and central regions. This mild precipitation could bring a refreshing change to the province’s usual weather pattern.

Flight Disruptions Due to Dense Fog

Dense fog enveloping Islamabad and Rawalpindi has caused significant disruptions at Islamabad International Airport. A spokesperson from Pakistan International Airlines has confirmed that the foggy conditions have led to delays in several domestic and international flights, highlighting the impact of weather on air travel.

This comprehensive weather report from PakWeather serves as a crucial guide for residents and travelers in Pakistan, helping them prepare for the changing weather conditions in different parts of the country.

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