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Temperature to drop further across country in coming days

ISLAMABAD :(Parliament Times)  Widespread cold spell continues to persist across the country with the temperature to drop in the coming days.

Cold wave has gripped various cities including Quetta, Kalat, Balochistan where the temperature has dropped below freezing point.

Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar and Karachi are also witnessing intense chilly and frosty weather.

Mountains are enveloped with a blanket of snow attracting tourists from all around the country.

People have made their way towards Murree, Kaghan, Skardu, Chitral, Galyat and other mountainous areas to enjoy the weather.

Meanwhile, heavy fog at National Highway has disrupted the flow of traffic.

In the next 48 hours, mainly very cold and dry weather is expected in most parts of the country. Foggy conditions are likely to continue over plain areas of Punjab and upper Sindh during night and morning hours.

Today’s Lowest Minimum Temperatures:

Kalam -15°C, Kalat -10 °C, Quetta, Rawalakot, Astore, Hunza, Dir -08°C, Gupis, Skardu -07°C, Parachinar, Bagrote -06°C, Malamjabba, Zhob, Drosh -05°C, Chitral, Murree -04°C, Kakul, Gilgit -03°C.

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