Karachi Braces for Extended Heatwave Till June 1st

News Desk6 days ago

Beginning Monday, May 29, Karachi and other coastal districts of Sindh may experience a heatwave with temperatures expected to rise beyond 40 degrees Celsius.

The Met Office predicts that by June 3–4, the weather will likely improve.

“Heatwave conditions likely to grip Karachi division, Thatta, Badin and Sujawal districts from Wednesday (today) till 1st June with daytime maximum temperatures rising to 40-42 Celsius in Karachi and 42-44 C in Thatta, Badin and Sujawal districts,” reads an alert from the PMD’s Heatwave Early Warning Center.

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Dadu, Larkana, and Mohenjo-daro recorded the highest temperature of 51 C, while Sukkur, Nawabshah, and Khairpur recorded 50 C, Rohri and Padidan 49 C, Sakrand 48 C, Hyderabad 46 C, and Mithi 45 C.

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