The weather is hot and humid in Karachi and many other regions of Pakistan, particularly in Sindh’s southeast. This weather pattern lies directly above Karachi, the province capital, and it won’t provide any respite over the next 24 hours.
Temperature in Karachi
The temperature in Karachi reached 35°C before midday on Thursday and is predicted to reach 36°C today. That’s rather sexy! In addition, the humidity is fairly high, at around 65%. The sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation is measured by the Max UV Index, which just hit 6, indicating a high UV intensity. There is around 6 km of visibility and 22 km/h winds.
Karachi’s air quality
Unfortunately, Karachi has poor air quality. In the “unhealthy” category, it received a score of 107 on Thursday. This indicates that the air is highly filthy and not optimal, particularly for those who have respiratory problems. It could be preferable to restrict your time outside if you have breathing difficulties or irritation in your throat.
According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), continental air is impacting the majority of the nation. Many places have dry weather due to this weather pattern, with the plains having the highest concentration of humidity. As a result, neighboring areas may receive drier weather, even if Karachi may not provide much escape from the heat.