Smoggy conditions to continue in November

November 7, 2017
Published in Pakistan, Weather




ISLAMABAD: The noxious smog engulfing large parts of upper Punjab is unlikely to die down for now as rain is not expected this month.

According to Met Office, fog and smog with variable intensity is likely to prevail in the plain areas of Punjab, KP and upper Sindh during November.

Met Office said less than normal rainfall is expected in most parts of Pakistan during the month. It said one or two spells of light to moderate rainfall are expected in the northern half of the country.



Daily temperatures are likely to remain normal during the month. However, under foggy conditions day temperatures will be below average and nights are expected slightly warmer.

Due to less than normal expected precipitation, surface and ground water resources may experience further depletion. Due to gradual fall in temperature, snow and glacier melt contribution to Indus will be minimal during the month.



Next 24 hrs:

Mainly dry weather is expected in most parts of the country. Dense foggy/smoggy conditions are expected over Punjab and foggy over Peshawar and Sukkur divisions during night and morning hours.

Next 48 hrs:

Mainly dry weather is expected in most parts of the country. Dense foggy/smoggy conditions are expected over Punjab and foggy over Peshawar and Sukkur divisions during night and morning hours.

Past 24 Hours Weather:

Weather remained dry in most parts of the country. However, dense foggy conditions prevailed over most plain areas of Punjab.

Today's Lowest Minimum Temperatures: Skardu -04°C, Gilgit 00°C. - Samaa
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