ISLAMABAD: Pakistan braces for an impending weather onslaught as meteorologists predict a severe icy wind to sweep across the nation starting mid-December. Weather experts anticipate a significant drop in temperatures, plummeting as low as minus 2 degrees Celsius in various regions.
Central and South Punjab face an increased likelihood of hailstorms, adding to the winter woes of residents in these areas. The extreme cold wave has raised concerns about the potential impact on daily life and infrastructure and the crop.
Farmers and agricultural communities are advised to take precautionary measures to protect their crops from the impending cold snap. The transparent layer formed by the icy winds can be particularly damaging to delicate plants, raising concerns about potential losses in the agricultural sector.
Authorities advise residents to take precautionary measures, including staying informed about weather updates and heeding safety guidelines. As the nation prepares for the frigid conditions ahead, the focus remains on minimizing the impact of this anticipated severe weather event.
Stay tuned for further updates from weather watch for the evolving patterns in the coming weeks.