The Meteorological Department has predicted rain and snowfall across Pakistan

The Meteorological Department has predicted rain and snowfall across Pakistan

The Meteorological Department has predicted rain and snowfall across Pakistan

The Meteorological Department has predicted rain and snowfall across Pakistan





The Meteorological Department has predicted rain and snowfall across Pakistan


The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has predicted that a westerly wave is likely to enter North Balochistan on January 10 and will cover the upper reaches on January 11, resulting in a monsoon from Wednesday to Friday. It will rain and snow.


Under the influence of this weather system


  • Quetta,
  • zhub,
  • Barkhan,
  • pilgrimage,
  • Nokundi,
  • Dalbandin,
  • Harnai,
  • Saifullah Fort,
  • Fort Abdullah,
  • lawn,
  • Muslim Garden

And rain/snowfall (isolated heavy falls) is expected in Pishin on 10th and 11th January. .


  • dead,
  • streets,
  • Kashmir 
  • Wadi Neelam, 
  • Muzaffarabad, 
  • Poonch, 
  • Hattian, 
  • Bagh, 
  • Haveli, 
  • Sidhanoti, 
  • Kotli, 
  • Bhimbar, 
  • Mirpur



moderate to isolated heavy snowfall) is expected in Gilgit-Baltistan (Diamir, Astor, Ghazar, Skardu). From January 11 to 13, Hunza, Gilgit, Ghanche, Shagar), Chitral, Dir, Swat, Malakand, Kohistan, Mansehra and Abbottabad.


  • Islamabad,
  • Pothohar Region,
  • Charsadda,
  • Bajaur,
  • please,
  • Waziristan,
  •   Kohat,
  •   be,
  •   Kirk,
  • Sargodha,
  •   Mianwali,
  • sweet,
  • beggar,
  •   Leah,
  •   Faisalabad,
  • Toba Tek Singh,
  • jing,
  • Gujranwala,
  • Gujarat,
  • Hafizabad,

Light rain is also likely in Sialkot. ,


  • Narowal,
  •   Sheikhupura,
  • Nankana sir,
  •   Fault,
  • Sahiwal,
  • Okara

and Lahore from 11th to 13th January.


On January 11 and 12


  • Makran Beach,
  • DI Khan,
  • DG Khan,
  • Muzaffargarh,
  • Multan,

Light rain may occur in Khanewal and Pakpattan.


  • dead,
  • streets,
  • Naran,
  • Kagan,
  • late,
  • Swat,
  • Kohistan,
  • Mansehra,
  • Abbottabad,
  • Shangla,
  • Astor,
  • Hunza,
  • Skardu,
  • Neelam Valley,
  • the garden,
  • The tail



And roads may be closed due to heavy snowfall in Havelian from 11 am to 1 pm. January


The possibility of landslides in Upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan cannot be ruled out. Tourists are advised to be extra cautious during spells.


Rain will be beneficial for standing crops, especially in parts of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Foggy conditions are likely to decrease during the forecast period. Temperatures are likely to drop significantly during and after the spell.


All concerned authorities are advised to be on “alert” to avoid any untoward situation during the forecast period.

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