Western disturbance is affecting upper parts of #Pakistan which caused sharp drop in temperatures. Rainfall with fast wind has occurred in Gilgit Baltistan, KPK (including #Peshawar, Noshera & Attock), upper Punjab (including #Islamabad, #Rawalpindi & Taxila). More rainfall is expecting all of these areas during in next 24 hours.

Winter has almost approached in Pakistan – Have you brought out your blankets and Jackets? Because we are expecting first cold wave from the second week of November.

Today’s rain heralds onset of winter in Pakistan
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Posted by PakWeather.com

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  1. I have a question. I just shifted to islamabad from lahore and this is my first winter experience in islamabad. I want to know how different are the winters of islamabad as compared to lahore i know it gets more cold but does it get extreme foggy conditions here like in lahore? And what to expect of temperatures? does it get below freezing often?


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