Pakistan’s Meteorological Department announced Friday that Karachi will experience another heat wave from May 17-22.
In the notice, the department notified the mayor of Karachi, governor, secretary of the aviation division and the media about the development.
Head of Meteorology Sardar Sarfaraz said Dawn that daytime temperatures in the city can rise up to 40 to 42 degrees Celsius.
Standby added that the direction of the wind would be “generally Northwest / West turning to Southwest at night”.
The chief meteorologist described this as a mid-level heat wave.
Karachi experienced the first heat wave of 2020 from 5 to 8 May.
In 2015, Karachi experienced most deadly Pakistan’s heat wave has been seen for more than 50 years.
Beginning June 19 that year, the coastal city witnessed torrid heat that continued for more than five days and after that left 1,200 people dead and 40,000 suffering from heat stroke and heat exhaustion.
to request modification Contact us at Here or [email protected]