The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has provided its forecast, and it looks like Karachi is in for a partly cloudy and humid evening and night on Wednesday.
Here’s a quick look at the weather situation: Currently, continental air is sweeping over most parts of Pakistan, and this is influencing the conditions we’re experiencing.
As a result, brace yourself for some hot and sticky weather across most districts of the province on Wednesday evening, night, and Thursday.
Specifically for Karachi, you can expect the maximum temperature to hover between 32-34 degrees Celsius on Thursday, with Friday showing a range of 33-35 degrees Celsius.
For those in Hyderabad, the forecast predicts maximum temperatures between 35-37 degrees Celsius on Thursday and 36-38 degrees Celsius on Friday.
Now, let’s recap what the past 24 hours have brought to the region. Hot and humid weather has persisted in most districts of Sindh.
In particular, places like Mohenjo-Daro and Nawabshah took the crown as the hottest spots in the province, where the mercury soared to a scorching 39 degrees Celsius.
In Karachi, the maximum temperature clocked in at 32 degrees Celsius, and the relative humidity in the morning was recorded at 85 percent.
Over in Hyderabad, temperatures reached 35 degrees Celsius, and the morning relative humidity stood at 77 percent.
So, while it might be a bit sticky out there, it’s always good to stay informed about the weather. Make sure you’re prepared for whatever Mother Nature has in store for Karachi!