Karachi’s ‘Feels Like’ Temperature Hits 44°C, Residents Suffer

News Desk1 week ago

At 1:30 p.m., the MET Office reports that the city’s temperature was 37. The port city is currently enveloped in a suspended sea wind. The air’s humidity was measured at 30 percent.

The Met Office has predicted light rain and thunderstorms for this evening and today (Sunday) in the suburbs of Karachi.

Rainfall is also expected in the following areas: Sindh’s Jamshoro, Sukkur, Larkana, Shikarpur, Jacobabad, Kashmore, and Ghotki districts; Balochistan’s Sibi and Khuzdar; Punjab’s Rawalpindi; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Chakwal, Jhelum, and Multan; Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan regions; and Rawalpindi’s Kohat, Mardan, and Swat in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan regions.

Read more:Country Struggles Through Extended Period of Searing Heat

According to meteorological specialists, the monsoon season in Punjab and Kashmir is expected to begin on June 29 or 30 this year. The first week of July is when the monsoon is predicted to arrive in Sindh.

It should be noted that this year’s rainfall in Sindh is expected to be above average according to meteorologists.

 

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