The sun started raining fire in other parts of the country including Sindh

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The sun started raining fire in other parts of the country including Sindh
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The sun started raining fire in other parts of the country including Sindh

The heat is predicted to increase, the first spell of heat wave has started, Shahri Nadhal in Karachi – Photo: File

The sun started to rain fire in different parts of the country including Sindh and Punjab while the intense heat and heat wave continues.

The increasing severe heat wave has gripped most of the country, a significant increase in the temperature was recorded during the day, Larkana recorded the highest temperature of 50 degrees Celsius. It is likely to persist for days.

Similarly, 44 degrees in Dera Ghazi Khan, Multan and Faisalabad, 43 degrees in Lahore, 41 degrees in the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.

Meteorologist Jawad Memon says that the heat may bring more doomsday in the next few days. Due to the increase in humidity in the air to a dangerous level of 62% in Karachi, the extremely hot and humid day was recorded, the city bubbled up, since Thursday morning. Due to the suspension of winds, extreme heat was felt, during the day it was 3 degrees warmer than the actual temperature.

Even today (Friday), the mercury may exceed 39 degrees. Under the influence of the heat wave, the districts of rural Sindh also remained under the grip of intense heat. In Jacobabad, the temperature touched 50 degrees.

According to Sardar Sarfraz, Chief Meteorologist Karachi, there is a possibility of 2-3 degree increase in the intensity of heat in Karachi, Department of Meteorology Heat Wave Alert Center, the ongoing heat wave in rural Sindh including Karachi may continue till the end of the month, the minimum temperature of the city on Thursday morning. An alarmingly high temperature of 29.5 degrees Celsius was recorded, while humidity rose to a record high of 72 percent, leading to a hot and humid day in the city.

The mercury touched 36 degrees Celsius at 11 o’clock and 37 degrees Celsius at 2 o’clock. Several degrees more than the temperature was felt.

According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature of the city was recorded at 38.2 degrees Celsius. According to the Meteorological Department, today (Friday) and tomorrow the temperature may exceed 39 degrees.

According to Chief Meteorologist Karachi Sardar Sarfaraz, the current heat wave may continue till the end of this month. On Thursday, the highest mercury was recorded in Jacobabad at 50 degrees Celsius, Mohanjo Daro recorded 49.7 degrees Celsius while Dadu recorded 49.5 degrees Celsius.

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