• The highest temperature recorded within the port metropolis was in April was 44.four levels Celsius on April 14, 1947, and the mercury by no means rose as excessive as 43.6 levels Celsius within the metropolis till Saturday within the month of April.

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PUBLISHED ON APR 04, 2021 09:30 AM IST

Pakistan’s Karachi on Saturday recorded a temperature of 43.6 levels Celsius – the best temperature since April 1947, in line with its meteorological division.

The highest temperature recorded within the port metropolis was in April was 44.four levels Celsius on April 14, 1947, and the mercury by no means rose as excessive as 43.6 levels Celsius within the metropolis till Saturday within the month of April, The News International reported citing Sardar Sarfraz, the chief meteorological officer of Sindh province.

The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) stated that the present climate situations had developed as a result of affect of dry continental air after a westerly disturbance in Pakistan.

“…A weak western disturbance is on the horizon. It will affect the upper parts of the country, but when it passes, it will bring more hot days for the southern parts, including Karachi,” stated Sarfraz.

Meanwhile, the PMD issued a warning that the primary heatwave of the present season is more likely to hit a number of elements of the nation this week, Geo News reported.

Mainly scorching and dry climate was anticipated throughout the week attributable to which heatwave situations have been more likely to prevail in most plain areas of the nation, in line with the PMD.

The Sindh authorities has directed authorities to take obligatory precautions to avert lack of life.

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