Karachi Weather Update

According to the forecasters at the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), Karachi and the majority of Sindh are going to be experiencing weather that is both hot and humid in the coming days. This is particularly true during the evening on Saturday, as well as Sunday and Monday.

According to the forecasters, a certain sort of air that is known as “continental air” is now present throughout the majority of Pakistan. This air carries with it a lot of heat and humidity, turning the environment into one that is rather steamy and sticky.

Expected Rain in Certain Regions

Even though the temperature will be in the high 90s and the humidity will be high, there is a chance of rain, wind, and thunderstorms in certain parts of the region.

On Saturday evening and night, these kinds of weather shifts are possible in areas like Mirpur Khas, Chhor, and Nagarparkar, in addition to their adjacent areas.

The forecast for the weather in Karachi

The forecast for Karachi is for gloomy skies with high humidity, so all of our friends there should prepare for that. On both Sunday and Monday, the high temperature is forecast to reach a maximum of somewhere between 33 and 35 degrees Celsius.

During this time period, the lowest temperature is expected to range from 26 to 28 degrees Celsius. This will continue throughout the days.

Temperature and Humidity

The quantity of moisture present in the air, often known as humidity, is one of the factors that determines how the weather feels.

It is expected that the relative humidity will be in the range of 70-80 percent in the morning, but that it will be in the range of 55-65 percent in the evening.

These percentages should provide you with a general indication of how humid or dry the air will be at various periods during the day.

Recent Meteorological Highpoints

In the last twenty-four hours, the majority of Sindh has been plagued by weather that is both warm and muggy. In spite of the fact that certain locations experienced isolated light showers, the cities of Dadu and Khairpur reported the highest temperatures in the province, with readings reaching as high as 44 degrees Celsius.

The highest temperature of the day in Karachi was 35 degrees Celsius, while the city had a relative humidity of 78 percent in the morning.