Today will be colder in Karachi because more rain is expected

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The Met Office predicts that the weather in Karachi will get cooler starting today (Sunday) due to the fact that more rain along with thunder will be occurring in the city.

There is a possibility that there will be partial cloud cover in the port city for the next 24 hours, as predicted by the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD).

There was a minimum temperature of 18.4°C recorded, with the humidity standing at 66%, according to the Met Department. A strong northeasterly wind was blowing at a speed of 20 kilometres per hour at the time of the report.

It is estimated that in the metropolis today there will be a chance of drizzle and light rain, according to meteorologist Owais Haider.

It is expected that the minimum temperatures in Karachi will be around 15°C from today, so the people of Karachi will be experiencing an increase in cold temperatures.

There is also a possibility of another spell of rain in Karachi in December as well, although there will be no as much cold weather as last year as the city is likely to experience a mild winter.

Last night, as rain and hailstorms poured down onto Karachi and the surrounding cities of Sindh, the city was gripped by cold weather. Various areas of the metropolis experienced varying degrees of rainfall, ranging from light to heavy.

Gulshan Iqbal and Gulistan Johar areas of Karachi recorded heavy rain on Wednesday, while drizzle continued in other parts of the city such as II Chundrigar Road, Saddar, Old City Area, Defence, Clifton and other nearby areas. Due to the rainy weather, power outages were also reported in different areas throughout the country.

During the day however, the weather in Hyderabad and its surrounding areas remained cloudy throughout the entire day, despite the sun shining. However, light and heavy showers were also experienced in Latifabad, Jamshoro and Thana Bula Khan, among other locations.

Meanwhile, rain is forecasted in Tharparkar, Umarkot, Badin and Mirpurkhas as well as in other parts of the country.

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