KARACHI: Karachi is expected to remain cold and dry during the next 24 hours as mercury dropped to 8°C Monday morning.
The Met office has predicted the minimum temperature is likely to remain between 6°C and 8°C.
Light winds blowing from the north, said the Pakistan Meteorological Department.
The cold wave will continue across Pakistan with the mercury expected to dip to -9°C in the upper northern areas and north of Balochistan.
PMD also said dense fog is expected in plain areas of Punjab and upper Sindh.
The temperature in Karachi dipped to 5.8°C Saturday morning as the Siberian winds continue to unleash a cold wave in the city.
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