Karachi is likely to remain under extreme hot and dry weather for next three to four days, reports suggest.
Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has warned Karachi to remain prepared for another bout of heat wave in the city till September, 25.
Heat wave is caused by the changed direction of sea winds, As per the MET office.
A low pressure area has been formed at the Southern area of Indian Gujrat and Mumbai, which has temporarily affected the climate, Chief Meteorologist Sardar Sarfaraz stated.
The southwestern winds from the sea have affected the weather of Karachi.
According to the weather office temperature in the metropolis will rise upto 40-41 degrees.