29 November 2022
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QUETTA: Quetta and other parts of Balochistan are in the grip of severe cold weather with sub-zero temperatures recorded Wednesday morning.

The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) reported minus six degrees Celsius in Quetta and Kalat while minus seven degrees Celsius in Ziarat.

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The weather department recorded three degrees Celsius in Sibi, six degrees Celsius in Nukundi, 16 degrees Celsius in Gwadar and 13 in Turbat. It predicted that cold and dry weather is likely to persist in the provincial capital and other parts of the province in the next 24 hours.

Very cold and dry weather is expected in most parts of the country during the next 12 hours with frost likely at few places in Pothohar region during morning hours, the weather department forecast.

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Dense fog is likely to prevail in upper Sindh, plain areas of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa during night/morning.

The PMD reported three degree Celsius in Islamabad, seven in Lahore, 15 in Karachi, five in Peshawar, minus two in Murree and one degree Celsius in Muzaffarabad.

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Abdul Gh Lone