Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan, encountered an unexpected weather event as it witnessed one of the coldest summer nights in recent memory. On June 1, the temperature in Islamabad dropped to a chilly 16°C, surprising residents and causing them to bundle up in warm clothing during what is typically a warm season.
The sudden dip in temperature came as a surprise to the city’s inhabitants who are accustomed to the hot summer weather. Many took to social media platforms to express their astonishment and share their experiences of feeling the cold in a month when shorts and T-shirts are usually the norm.
Meteorological experts have offered several explanations for this unusual weather phenomenon. One factor is the influence of a localized weather system that brought cool air currents to the region, resulting in a significant decrease in temperatures. Additionally, Islamabad’s geographical location, nestled near the Margalla Hills, can contribute to variations in weather conditions.