Karachi temperatures are likely to reach 41°C today

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Karachi temperatures are likely to reach 41°C today, The Met Office on Saturday forecasted that temperatures in Karachi would hit as high as 41°C during the day on Sunday, while the weather in the city would remain hot and humid throughout the day. There therefore appears to be little relief from scorching heat for Karachiites in the near future.

Despite the recent weather forecasts, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has predicted that the heatwave condition in the megalopolis will continue for at least another day since the temperature could rise from 39°C to 41°C within the next 24 hours.

In order to record the lowest temperature, the Met department recorded a temperature of 30°C. In contrast, the air had a percentage of humidity of 73%, it said, which was lower than the previous day.

On May 29, 2024, the port city of Cochin experienced the hottest day of the year when the temperature was recorded at 41.5 degrees Celsius.

During May 9, 1938, Karachi recorded the highest temperature it has ever registered at 48°C, which was the highest temperature ever recorded in the city.

As per the weather experts, the megalopolis will experience a cooling down of its heatwave condition after June 1 (today), according to the forecasts. The PMD, however, forecast that from June to August many parts of the country will be affected by “extraordinary” monsoon rains in many parts of the country.

There is no doubt that this forecast is going to be a relief for those who are suffering from scorching hot weather, but at the same time has caused some level of concern due to the possibility that excessive rainfall may cause flash floods in the country.

Timenews1 provided that news.

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