From October 16 to October 21, Pakistan is predicted to face its first significant western disturbance of the season. From Karachi to Kashmir, the area will likely get rain and hail from the weather system.
Furthermore, there will likely be a lot of snowfall in the northern regions of the nation. This winter will be exceptionally harsh in Pakistan, according to Weather Updates PK’s weather predictions.
The following 24 hours will see dry weather across the nation. However, rain is likely to start in the top regions before moving down to other areas of the nation.
Furthermore, due to the system entering different portions of Punjab under the westerly winds, 70% of places are predicted to experience downpours. On the other side, the majority of Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are at risk for moderate to severe rains.
Rain is also a possibility in Sindh’s and Balochistan’s northern and southern regions.
On the other side, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa saw its first pre-winter snowfall of the season in a number of locations. Numerous routes in Mansehra and the Kaghan Valley were shut for hours as a result of the snowfall.
All types of traffic were prohibited from using the Mansehra-Naran-Jalkhad road at Babusar Top. Additionally, the route that connects KPK with Gilgit-Baltistan was shut off, preventing cars and passenger buses from entering beyond the Battakundi region.