Karachi Temperature To Go Up Even More According to Meteorological Department
Sardar Sarfaraz, Sindh's Chief Meteorologist, predicts temperatures of up to 50°C in some areas and the ongoing heatwave is only going to get worse.
According to Chief Meteorologist Sardar Sarfaraz, temperatures in some regions of Sindh might reach 50°C. Various regions of the country are now experiencing a heatwave but it is only going to get worse. In Khanpur, Raheem Yar Khan, and Dera Ismail Khan, temperatures might reach 45°C.
The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) predicted on Tuesday that temperatures might reach 40°C between May 13-14, intensifying the current heatwave.
“At this time, Karachi is not experiencing a heatwave; but, due to excessive moisture in the air, the weather is becoming more intense,” stated Sardar Sarfaraz, Chief Meteorologist.
Sardar Sarfaraz, predicting a rise in temperature across the country, said that temperatures might reach 50°C in some districts of Sindh. He claimed that the heat intensity in the northern, middle, and southern Punjab, as well as several sections of Baluchistan, was greater than typical.
“A heatwave has grabbed several sections of Pakistan and is expected to last until May 15.” Heat intensity will be higher than the regular during this time,” he noted.
Another Met Division expert predicted that the temperature in Punjab will climb 7-9°C above average throughout the day, while it would increase 6-8°C in the upper and central areas of Sindh.
The official further told that temperatures in Raheem Yar Khan, Khanpur, and Dera Ismail Khan might reach 45°C. But the temperature in Jacobabad, Dadu, Larkana, and Sukkur would most probably stay between 46 and 48°C.
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