Is there a PMD weather forecast for Eid-ul-Fitr in Karachi?

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During the coming week, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) warns that the weather will remain hot across Sindh, including Karachi.

According to Saturday’s report by the Met Office, the mercury is expected to rise in most parts of the province from Sunday, April 7 (Sunday) to Tuesday, April 9 (Tuesday).

As for the daytime temperature, it is likely that upper Sindh and central Sindh will remain between 38°C and 40°C during the day time, and lower Sindh will remain between 36°C and 38°C throughout the day.

It has been predicted that the heat and humidity will remain in the port city for the foreseeable future according to the Met department.

The Geo News reports that the temperatures will keep rising until April 10 (Wednesday) – the first day of Eid-ul-Fitr – which falls on the first Thursday in April. It is also likely that the temperature will reach 39°C at some point in the future.

As a result, we expect the mercury to rise slightly over the next few days until 36°C to 37°C. Weather conditions are expected to remain hot until rains begin to fall in the city.

In an announcement earlier this week, the government announced that the government would be issuing three public holidays for Eid-ul-Fitr between April 10 and 12 for offices operating five working days a week, while those working six days will receive four public holidays between April 10 and 13.

As reported by the Met Office on Monday, the Met Office expects that Eid-ul-Fitr will begin on April 10, which was predicted to be the day on which the Shawwal moon will be sighted for the first time on April 9.

The PMD is reporting that the crescent is expected to be born on Thursday, April 8 at 11:21pm and to enter its adolescence around the time of the Maghrib prayer, the following morning.

There was a possibility of seeing the crescent for over 50 minutes after sundown, the report said.

Timenews1 presented that news.

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