Winter is the most anticipated season in Pakistan as in the recent few years, the warmer months have turned insanely hot. Especially in Karachi, where the residents crave for colder weather, this year has been quite lucky.
Karachi saw the carpeted streets as pellets of hail covered them entirely. The intensity of cold weather has increased as the Karachi metropolis was hit by a hail storm and 12.7 mm rain dropping temperate to 13-degree Celcius earlier Monday.
Needless to say, the excitement of Karachiites was overwhelming. According to Express News, the heavy rainfall caused load-shedding in several parts and many areas were blacked out till Fajar. Well, even the absence of electricity couldn’t tone down the overwhelming emotions of the citizens.
The Director Of Climate Data Processing, Abdul Rashid said that Karachi saw a similar hailstorm back in 2013. That’s right, after four years they have got to witness the beautiful natural sight.
We know you must be tempted to see how Karachi looked with the ice pellets. We have got your back! If you are situated in any other place in the country or the world, let us take you to the mesmerizing pictures and responses post-storm that the citizens were generous enough to share with the social media community.
Karachi witness an incredible storm and the citizens took the entire social media by storm!
Here we go:
— Danyal Gilani (@DanyalGilani) December 18, 2017
THE SONG IS FINALLY RELATABLE FOR THEM!
Karachi pulls a late night hailstorm for those celebrating gham hour. Bc ab hai na Bheega bheega sa ye december.
— nma (@namaloomafraaad) December 17, 2017
— Asad Memon (@asadmemon) December 17, 2017
— Syeda Bushra Iqbal (@SBushraIqbal) December 18, 2017
— Syed Raza Mehdi (@SyedRezaMehdi) December 18, 2017
When it comes to rain, they definitely are the trend-setters!
Residents of Karachi collected the hail that fell over the city early this morning in kitchen utensils pic.twitter.com/Ib6mgeTBFz
— omar r quraishi (@omar_quraishi) December 18, 2017
— Rahada Tajwer (@RahadaTajwer) December 17, 2017
Did you enjoy the incredible and mesmerizing sight? Let us know in the comments section below.