Heat Wave warning has been issued by the Met Office. It is predicted that for the next six days day temperature in Karachi will remain in between 40-43⁰C. Starting from Saturday the temperature will slowly increase in the City of Lights starting with a moderate heat wave and getting intense.
Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) sent the information to all concerned departments clearly stating that for the next 5 to 6 days temperature will rise in Karachi.
As the Holy month of Ramadan has started, PMD has kept this in view and requested all the concerned departments to ensure that power & water supply is given to the public so that the situation does not intensify.
Furthermore, Met Office informed that the wind near Pakistani Coastline will get weak and humidity will increase due to the developing low-pressure area off Indian Coast in the Arabian Sea. Because of this temperature in Karachi will increase and cause moderate heatwave for 5 to 6 days.
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So it seems that fasting won’t be easy for Karachiities. They might have to endure humid, warm weather. Also, chances are that the government will continue with the load-shedding despite the weather condition.
It is pertinent to mention here that quite recently Nawabshah, a Pakistani city recorded the hottest April temperature ever observed on Earth The temperature in Nawabshah on Monday went up to 122.4 degrees (50.2 Celsius). As per the news reports, this might just be the highest temperature ever recorded on Earth in the month of April. A meteorologist at Meteo France Etienne Kapikian posted the observation on Twitter that 122.4 degrees was the hottest April temperature ever recorded in Pakistan and Asia.