The weather in Karachi has remained hot and dry with temperatures recorded at 42.5 degrees Celsius today, which is the highest recorded temperature in the city for the month of March since 2010, when temperature in the metropolis was recorded at 42.2 degrees Celsius.
Meanwhile, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has warned that the weather in Karachi will likely stay ‘very hot and dry’ until Friday. During this extreme weather spell, the mercury is likely to stay up to 41 degrees Celsius, with the suspension of sea breeze through this period.
Furthermore, the Met Department has issued a weather advisory for other districts of Sindh, which will likely witness ‘very hot and dry’ weather conditions with maximum temperatures ranging between 43 to 45 degrees Celsius.
PMD officials have stated that weather in Karachi will remain hot and dry throughout the month of April with average temperatures above 35 degrees Celsius.
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