Sardar Sarfraz Director Meteorological Department predicted on Friday that the weather is expected to remain hot and dry for the next four to five days in Karachi.
Director Sardar Sarfaraz said that the port city might experience hot weather for some days. Also, the speed of sea winds will most likely decrease in the next few days.
According to the reports, the metropolis may experience dry and hot winds blown from the north-eastern areas. The temperature will most likely reach 39 degrees centigrade.
Director Meteorological Department further added that today (Saturday) there will be low air pressure in the Bay of Bengal which may result in a depression in the next few days.
As per Sardar Sarfaraz, Cyclones form in the Bay of Bengal and in the Arabian Sea during October and November. According to him, if the depression reaches in central India, then there are chances that the wind direction might change in the port city.
Although, wind depression provides no threat to the coastal line of Pakistan directly says, Director Met Office.
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