A volunteer showers a person with water throughout a heatwave in Karachi. — AFP/File

The Pakistan Meteorological Division (PMD), predicting a heatwave within the coming week, mentioned Tuesday the temperature in Karachi reached 40.2°C, with 49% humidity.

The PMD, in an announcement, mentioned: “Primarily scorching and dry climate is predicted in the course of the week resulting from which heatwave situations are doubtless in most plain areas of the nation.” 

Sindh, Southern Punjab, and Japanese and Southern Balochistan will stay within the grip of highly regarded and dry climate from Tuesday to Saturday, it mentioned.

“Temperatures are additionally prone to rise in most sub-mountainous areas of the nation,” it mentioned, including that dust-raising winds are anticipated in Sindh and Balochistan in the course of the interval.

“Day temperatures are anticipated to stay above regular (04-06°C) in most plain areas,” it added.

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