Dense fog has covered majority of Punjab, which has resulted in closure of motorways and highways due to low visibility up to a few hundred kilometers only. The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) along with the National Highway and Motorway Police (NHMP) are constantly providing live fog updates on motorways and highways through their official social media and their websites.
The map below shows the fog coverage over Punjab:
For update map, you may visit the website (Meteologix).
Fog Conditions on Motorways
Here is the latest fog conditions on different motorways in plain areas of the country (updated 11:04pm).
Peshawar – Islamabad (Motorway M1)
|Peshawar – Sawabi||Shallow||Moderate||Dense||Dense|
|Swabi – Islamabad||Shallow||Moderate||Moderate||Dense|
Islamabad – Lahore (Motorway M2)
|Pindi Bhattian – Lahore||Dense||Dense||Dense||Dense|
|Islamabad – Kallar Kahar||Shallow||Moderate||Moderate||Moderate|
|Kallar Kahar – Pindi Bhattian||Dense||Dense||Dense||Dense|
Lahore – Abdul Hakim (Motorway M3)
|Lahore – Abdul Hakim||Dense||Dense||Dense||Dense|
Sialkot – Lahore (Motorway M11)
Pindi Bhattian – Faisalabad – Multan (Motorway M4)
|Pindi Bhattian – Faisalabad||Dense||Dense||Dense||Dense|
|Faisalabad – Multan||Dense||Dense||Dense||Dense|
Multan – Sukkur (Motorway M5)
- Fog – Visibility less than 1 KM
- Shallow Fog – Visibility 201-999 meters
- Moderate Fog – Visibility 51 – 200 Meters
- Dense Fog – Visibility less than 50 meters
Please make sure to check out Pakistan Meteorological Department’s Website for updates every three hours or Follow National Highway and Motorway Police (NHMP) on Twitter (@NHMPofficial) for latest updates regarding road closures.
National Highway and Motorway Police Travel Advisory
Furthermore, the National Highway and Motorway Police (NHMP) is providing constant fog updates on motorways via their official website (beta.nhmp.gov.pk/TA/Public/ViewTravel)
You may also call the National Highway and Motorway Police (NHMP) helpline at 130 for assistance.