KARACHI: The fresh spell of heatwave has once again left residents of Karachi utterly drained as the mercury touches 44 degree Celsius on the scale today, MET office reported. The relentless hot winds in the city are whipping the city as humidity level has reduced to 40 – 50 %. Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has warned that the recent heatwave may prolong till Thursday, and from Friday, the weather in the port city may recede to 38-40 degree Celsius. The weather condition in other parts of Pakistan is…
KARACHI: The scorching heatwave that enveloped the metropolis for more than five days is now finally freeing Karachi from its sweltering shackles as sea breeze has started to blow again on Thursday. After baking Karachi for four days at above 40 degree Celsius, at last, the mercury came down by two to three degree Celsius when sea breeze started blowing in the city today. The maximum temperature today will range between 38 to 40 degree Celsius, whereas the level of humidity will remain 60-70%, the Pakistan Meteorological…
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