PMD Issues a Heatwave Warning for the Citizens of Karachi
The inhabitants of Karachi should be careful about the rising mercury as Met Office has issued a heatwave cautioning. The moderate heatwave is probably going to endure for 2-3 days.
The most extreme temperature is relied upon to ascend to 42o C in the city. Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has credited the heatwave to proceeded with suspension of the ocean breeze in Karachi.
As per the day by day climate update by the guard dog, sweltering and dry climate is normal in many pieces of the nation on Thursday.
Over the most recent 24 hours (finishing 6 pm Wednesday), Astore saw 62mm precipitation while Skardu got 44mm. 48°C was recorded on Wednesday in Sibbi and Larkana though Jaccobabad’s temperature was recorded at 47°C.
The residents of Karachi must take prudent steps to spare themselves from the burning warmth.