Can't connect right now! retry

pakistan
Sunday Sep 22 2019
By
Web Desk

Heatwave continues to bake Karachi

By
Web Desk
The maximum temperature is likely to range between 39 - 41ºC during the next two days. Photo: File 

KARACHI: The Pakistan Meteorological Department on Sunday said a moderate heatwave is likely to continue in Karachi and southern parts of Sindh for the next few days.

According to the Met Office, the maximum temperature is likely to range between 39 to 41ºC during the next two days.

Meanwhile, hot and humid weather is expected in most parts of the country, with rain expected in isolated places in Kashmir.

The heatwave in the city has been attributed to a low pressure formed over the Arabia Sea, that may persist for the next few days in the coastal city.

The aggravating heat in the port city had compelled residents to remain indoors and avoid going out. 

Temperature reaching the maximum limit of 39ºC at noon and came down to 36ºC by evening to offer little relief in terms of heat intensity.

The Sindh Health Department has ensured adequate arrangements at all its major hospitals across Karachi to handle any possible emergency. 

Pakistan weather forecast for Monday

Hot and humid weather is expected in most parts of the country.

Past 24 Hours weather:

Weather remained hot and humid in most parts of the country.

Yesterday's highest maximum temperatures:

Lasbella 45°C, Chhor and Sibbi 43°C.

Notification Management


Pakistan
World
Entertainment
Lifestyle
Sports
Business
Videos
Tv Shows
Health

Subscribe to desktop notification
Powered by IMM