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Karachi Heatwave Alert! Temperature to Reach 40°C Today!

Karachi Heatwave Alert! Temperature to Reach 40°C Today!

Karachi Heatwave Alert! Temperature to Reach 40°C Today!

Karachi Heatwave Alert! Temperature to Reach 40°C Today!

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  • The Meteorological Department has issued a heatwave warning for Karachi.
  • The city’s heat intensity is rising due to the halt in the sea breeze.
  • Karachi’s weather will remain hot and humid for the next 24 hours.
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Karachi is gearing up for another scorching day as the Meteorological Department has issued a heatwave warning for the city. The sudden cessation of the sea breeze has led to a significant rise in heat intensity, promising a hot and humid 24 hours ahead.

Hot winds from Balochistan are expected to persist throughout the day, blowing in from the northwest. This absence of the cooling sea breeze will exacerbate the already high temperatures, making the weather feel even hotter. There is, however, a glimmer of hope as the sea breeze is anticipated to return by evening, potentially offering some relief to the sweltering city.

Today’s temperatures in Karachi are forecast to reach between 38 and 40 degrees Celsius. The early morning recorded a minimum temperature of 30.5 degrees Celsius, combined with a high humidity level of 76%, which only adds to the discomfort.

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Residents are advised to stay hydrated and avoid direct sunlight as they brace for another day of oppressive heat. The potential return of the sea breeze later in the day offers some hope for respite from the relentless heatwave.

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