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More chilling weather to grip Islamabad and other parts in the country from tomorrow

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Meteorologist Department (PMD) forecasts that Monday will bring cold and dry weather across the country, with the likelihood of dense fog in certain regions.

The advisory indicates a possibility of frost in specific areas, including Kashmir and the Pothohar region, including Islamabad, during the morning hours.

Over the past 24 hours, most parts of the country experienced cold and dry conditions, while the northern regions saw cold and cloudy weather.

Despite this, the day temperature is expected to stay below normal in many parts of Punjab due to the presence of dense fog.

Addressing concerns about snowfall in Punjab plains, the Meteorological Department clarified the situation. The overall weather forecast for Pakistan includes predictions of rain, thunderstorms, and snowfall in various regions.

Foggy conditions are anticipated to persist in the plain areas of Punjab, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, and upper Sindh for the next two days.

The PMD advises caution during travel, especially on motorways, in foggy weather.

Recorded minimum temperatures include -1°C in Quetta, 1°C in Islamabad, -1°C in Chitral, -2°C in Dir, -5°C in Skardu, and -2°C in Rawalakot.

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