Temperature rises in the city of Quaid Karachi, Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has warned that temperature may soar up to maximum 40°C today.
The intensity of heat wave has created problems for the citizens. According to MET Office today the temperature may shoot up to up to maximum 40°C, while this heat intensity will continue till Friday.
According to Chief Meteorologist Abdul Rasheed the intensity of heat was due to lack of sea breeze. While in the next 24 hours, the temperature is expected to rise up to 42°C.
The MET office has said that the citizens should take safety measures, citizens should drink water and cold drinks more. However, however, chances of heatwave are ruled out.
In the next 2-3 days, the intensity of heat will continue in Karachi city, while no system of rain is present.
There will be the rise in temperature one after another, while from the next month weather will be normal.
On the other hand, Balochistan’s valley Quetta and the surroundings will have a clear sky, while in the next 24 hours majority areas of Balochistan including Quetta, the weather will be dry.
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