Every year in winter, most of Punjab engulfs in a strange dense fog that causes almost zero visibility for commuters on the road.
Lahore is at the top when it comes to zero visibility fog.
The main problem is that this fog lingers all day long, only improves visibility during the afternoon hours and then returns in the evening and thickens and thickens in the morning.
A thick blanket of mist came into Punjab last night and it covered all of Lahore making it difficult for people to commute, especially in the morning.
Situation from Islamabad to the Lahore highway
This is the first extremely dense fog of the season for Lahore and even led the authorities to close the M2 motorway, especially from Pindi Bhatiyan to Lahore.
Meteorological department Pakistan has suggested that the dense fog here is to stay for a few days, but for the rest of the week, very Punjab will experience especially cold and dry weather.
So those of you who plan to commute between Islamabad and Lahore, make sure you contact the highway police by dialing 130.