- This article have been shared by Waseem Ahmed from Karachi, Pakistan
People should understand & remember that the lesser ‘maximum temperature‘ we feel the ‘Day’ the colder so we should focus more on max. temp because it gives real idea not only about ‘how is the weather/temperature when we are in action or working’ but also it gives a good idea about 24 hours temperature.
Cloudy & windy weather in winters make the ‘day’ cold and during clear sky normally ‘night’ gets colder as we have experienced on Saturday 15th December 2012 that maximum temp was 23°C and minimum was 16°C but everyone was saying that it was the coldest day this December (till then).
By Karachi & other coastal Pakistan standards I categorize like this: ‘Mild is around 29 to 32 max temp’ ……. ‘Cool is 25 to 28 C’ and under 25 i.e. 24 or below is ‘Cold’ for us.
In the given picture stats showing the Coldest DAY of the years since 1990 in Karachi which one may not find at any weather source / website (not night or minimum temperatures that would also be discussed soon in future, insha Allah)
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