Karachi residents, get ready for some much-needed relief from the scorching heat! The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has issued a rain update, forecasting rainfall of varying intensities for parts of Sindh, including Karachi, over the next couple of days.
So, what’s causing this wet weather? According to the experts, it’s all due to a synoptic situation: a westerly wave is currently hovering over the upper and western regions of Pakistan.
For those worried about the temperature, rest assured that it will be a bit cooler on Tuesday and Wednesday, with maximum temperatures ranging between 32-34 degrees Celsius.
Recent rainfall in various parts of Sindh, including Tharparker, Thatta, Mithi, Badin, and Chhor, has already brought relief from the heat. However, Nawabshah in Sindh recorded the highest temperature at a scorching 40 degrees Celsius, while Karachi reached 36 degrees Celsius.