The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has given a report on the weather, especially for the busy port city of Karachi, where the hot summer sun is still strong
The PMD says that there will be scattered rain and thunderstorms in Islamabad and the nearby hilly areas over the next 24 hours. But it’s not going to rain in Karachi right now.
How Hot Is Karachi Today?
At noon on Wednesday, the temperature in Karachi hit 29°C. The evening should be cooler, though. Around 69 percent of the air in the city was humid, according to a measurement. Winds were blowing at a speed of 24 km/h, and the highest UV Index was 3. This means that conditions were mild. About 5 km could be seen.
How the air is in Karachi
At 42, Karachi’s air quality rating fell into the “fair” level. This means that most people can breathe the air without any problems. However, people who are more sensitive may have mild to moderate signs if they are exposed to these situations for a long time.
At the moment, continental air is dominating over most of the country, which makes it hot and humid. Most places can expect these conditions, but there is a chance of scattered rain and thunderstorms in Northeast Punjab, Southeast Sindh, Kashmir, and nearby high areas.
As the summer heat continues, it’s important to know what’s going on with the weather and take the steps you need to stay safe and comfy. Keep drinking water and stay out of the sun for as little time as possible, especially during the hottest parts of the day. As the season goes on, there will be more weather news to come.