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 Snowfall turns weather chilly in Quetta
 Updated at: 0457 PST,  Friday, February 13, 2009
Snowfall turns weather chilly in Quetta QUETTA: Heavy snowfall was reported in Quetta turning weather chilly on Thursday.

It rained the torrential before snowfall in Quetta including several other parts of Balochistan province.

People had to suffer as rainwater, staying on various roads, intensified their troubles, people said.

Met office expected more rainfall and snowfall in many others parts of Balochistan province.
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