KARACHI: Pakistan is sweltering from severe heatwave as mercury level dramatically rose since the last few days, ARY News reports.
The citizens of the country are resorting to cold drinks and fresh juices to fight the ferocious heat.
In Sindh, the mercury level crossed 42.5 degree centigrade. Weather is said to remain hot and dry within the next 24 hours.
Sukkur, Hyderabad and Rahim Yar Khan are the hottest cities whose temperatures crossed 45 degrees centigrade.
Meteorological Department has predicted that dark clouds will hover over the country from Wednesday which will burst till two to three days. However, the coastal areas will remain will continue to suffer under the scorching heat.