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Karachi to swelter till Thursday, says Met department

KARACHI (Web Desk) The Pakistan Meteorological Department on Monday said the weather in Karachi will remain hot, with daytime temperatures likely to reach a high of 43 degrees Celsius today.Sea breeze will remain at a standstill like Sunday, with winds travelling at a speed of 10km per hour coming from the north. Owing to the lack of moisture in the air, the metropolis will not experience a heatwave, but the current spell of high temperatures is like to last for another two to three days,

The Intermediate Board has postponed all examinations due to take place from May 21-23, because of the latest heat spell in the city.Temperatures in Karachi soared to 44° Celsius on Sunday afternoon. According to PMD Karachi Regional Director Shahid Abbas, this was the highest temperature recorded in Ramazan in the port city so far.Karachi to witness soaring temperatures today The Met department has attributed the soaring temperatures to a halt in sea breeze which allowed.

The heatwave that rode into the city on Saturday — to continue for another four days. The department also advised residents of Karachi to take precautionary measures during the prevailing heat spell.

Karachi morphs into a giant baking oven

Adding to the miseries of people, the K-Electric has continued load-shedding in several areas in the city. Apart from load-shedding, several hours of power outages are also being experienced due to electrical faults. Some residents also suffered from outages during sehri and iftar timings.Karachi hit by heatwave as temperature reaches 44˚C,The highest temperatures recorded in the province during the latest heat spell, was in the bordering town of Thar where the temperature was recorded.

At 46.6°C on Sunday. In Mithi, the highest temperature recorded was 45°C, 43°C in Nawabshah and Mohen Jo Daro, 42°C in Dadu and 41.5°C in Sukkur.

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