When Will Winter Start in Pakistan 2022
When Will Winter Start in Pakistan 2022
The question winter in Pakistan 2022 will be answered by three series of rainfall, a cold wave, and pollution. This video will go through all of these topics. You are requested to subscribe to our channel. Let’s get started.
There will be a decline where a wave of cold will impact Pakistan on a regular basis beginning on October 13th, and night temperatures will cause a severe decrease in parts of Punjab, KPK, and Kashmir where the temperature is now 24 degrees Celsius. The temperature will rise from 15 to 20 degrees Celsius.
Winter in Pakistan 2022
Pakistan’s winter 2022 will begin with three rounds of rain. The first series began today, and the second and third series will begin within the next 10 days. Although there is no likelihood of random rainfall at this time, there is a risk of transitory rain in Upper Punjab area Pothohar, North Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Central Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Kashmir. However, no large-scale activity is likely, but in the meanwhile, a wave of cold will impact Pakistan on a regular basis beginning on October 13th, and night temperatures will cause a sharp reduction in parts of Punjab, KPK, and Kashmir where temperatures are now high. The temperature is 24 degrees Celsius. The temperature will rise from 15 to 20 degrees Celsius.
Smog Effects on Health
To begin, let us define smog. Actually, in Indian Punjab, after the crop is finished, the remainder are burned. Meanwhile, the Diwali celebration occurs in October, and this worthless holiday produces massive environmental pollution in most parts of Pakistan and India. The majority of individuals die, and asthmatics and other patients are born with eye disorders and a variety of other ailments. All of these incidents are the result of smog.
Most individuals die, and asthma sufferers and other patients are born with eye disorders and a variety of other ailments. Smog is to blame for all of these incidents. It is preferable to wear additional masks and glasses. And avoid venturing out for the next month as rain continues to fall, prompting east-west winds to intensify and humidity to rise. Yes, the combination of pollution and fog will worsen circumstances.
Winter Season in Pakistan 2022
Winter season will come with a drop where a wave of cold will continuously impact Pakistan starting on October 13th, and the overnight temperature in parts of Punjab, KPK, and Kashmir, where the temperature is currently 24 degrees centigrade, will cause a significant decrease 15 to 20 degrees Celsius will be added to the current temperature. The temperature will fluctuate in Balochistan and Sindh, though. Whereas in the majority of Balochistan’s regions, the temperature will range from five to fifteen degrees Celsius. The temperature in Sindh will range from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius. While Sindh and other coastal regions will continue to be hot.
In the majority of the country, today is likely to be mainly dry, although it will be hot in the south. However, northeast Punjab, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit Baltistan, Kashmir, and its surrounding mountainous areas are likely to see rain, wind, and thunderstorms.
Tomorrow is likely to be mostly dry across the country, but it will be hot in the south. However, Gilgit Baltistan Kashmir and its surrounding hilly areas are likely to see rain, wind, and thunderstorms. Over the majority of the nation, continental air is in dominant position. Kashmir and the nearby steep regions are covered by a shallow westerly wave.
Gilgit Baltistan is likely to have rain, wind, and thunderstorms. Kashmir and the surrounding steep areas Most of the country is experiencing continental air. Over Kashmir and its surrounding steep areas, a shallow westerly wave is visible. Most of the country’s weather remained hot and dry. Meanwhile, isolated rain-thunderstorms occurred in upper/central Punjab, higher Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Kashmir. Rainfall (millimetres): Gujranwala, Toba Tek Singh 24, Jhang 13, Faisalabad 12, Gujrat 09, Sialkot (A/P) 02, Hafizabad, Okara, Sahiwal 01, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Kakul 05, Gilgit-Baltistan: Astore 02, Skardu 01, Kashmir: Rawalakot 01, Punjab: Gujranwala, Toba Tek Singh 24, Jhang 13, Faisal
Highest maximum temperatures (°C) recorded yesterday: Sibbi 41, Lasbella 40, Hyderabad, Mithi, Turbat, and Gawadar 39.