Islamabad: The Benazir Bhutto International Airport was closed on Sunday for flight operations as thick fog covered the federal capital and adjoining areas, the capital faced freezing temperature in the morning.
All domestic and international flights would remain suspended due to the dense fog. These days, due to the fog, flight operation and road traffic face the problems as there is zero visibility.The federal capital got freezing temperature late Saturday with minimum temperature recorded 0 degree centigrade, said Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD).
According to synoptic situation, continental air is prevailing over most parts of the country and mainly cold and dry weather is expected for two, three days.Severe cold wave would continue to prevail over upper parts of Baluchistan, KP and Gilgit-Baltistan.Dense foggy conditions would continue over plains of Punjab, Peshawar &Sukkur divisions, the MET office forecast. – Onlinenews