With the mercury hitting 41°Celsius, a scorching heatwave has gripped the city. According to the spokesperson of the Pakistan Meteorological department, Abdul Rashid, the heatwave is likely to increase in the next couple of days.
According to the details, due to low pressure in the Arabian Sea off the Indian coast, the sea breeze along the Pakistani coastline will lessen, spiking the temperature to a whopping 43°Celsius.
The spokesperson further said that the heatwave is likely to persist till 23rd May and there is no possibility of rain in the city.
With the onset of Ramazan, the spell of loadshedding has also spiked in the city, making the lives of the citizens miserable.
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