The extreme heat continues to plague Karachi residents for the 3rd consecutive day today; as reported by ARY News, the MET authorities forecasted that the temperatures could soar as high as 40°C on Friday (today).

On Thursday, Karachi sizzled at 36 degree Celsius, reminding us of the deadly heatwave that hit Karachi last year and took 1000s of lives in the metropolis.


The maximum temperature that was recorded on Thursday (yesterday) was 46°C in Dadu, Jacobabad followed with 45°C; Sukkur, Benazirabad, Moenjodaro, Larkana and Rahim Yar Khan were recorded at 44°C.

As per the MET office, extreme heat accompanied by dry weather is likely to prevail in several parts of Pakistan in the upcoming 24 hours.

On the other hand, thunderstorms and rains are expected in deserted parts of Hazara, Zhob, Malakand and FATA. Winds are expected in Sindh, South Punjab, and parts of Balochistan during the next few days.

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