Possibility of avalanches/landslides in KP, GB

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Possibility of Avalanches/Landslides in the vulnerable areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit Baltistan and Kashmir cannot be ruled out during 06th January to 09th January, the Met Department warned.

Earlier intermittent rain continued in Abbottabad city, while its surrounding parts comprised on Meera Jani, Nathiagali, Thandiani, Changla Gali and Beran Gali was receiving snowfall continuously. The ted severe chilly weather to compel suburbs to confined themselves indoor, Wednesday.

Icy winds has crippled pedestrians to travel even a step forward while they were in search of edibles items nearby market. However, all the shopping centers were remain opened for the purpose but majority of people cannot visit their nearby markets to fulfill their dire kitchen needs.

Top tourists resorts the Narran, Kaghan was receiving constant snow, the layer of which was reported such as not less than a foot deep. The road leading to Nathiagali was partially damaged.

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