According to the Met Department, the temperature in Sindh is to soar as high as 38-40° C for the next two days, ARY News reports. As per the Met Department, different parts of the country will also experience a dry and warmer climate for at least 24 hours.
As far as Karachi is concerned, the residents are to face scorching heat since the temperature will stay hot for the next 2 days approximately between 38-40° C.
In Karachi last year, the heatwave was experienced in the holy month of Ramazan when a majority of the fasting people died due to heatstroke and scorching heat.
As the doctors and medical experts have advised, it is better to stay indoors, stay hydrated and drinks lots and lots of water.
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