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Update: 13th April, 2021: On Tuesday, according to news, provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) Sindh, issued an alert for heavy rain and thunderstorm in the province in Larkana, Sukkur and Jacobabad districts from Wednesday till Saturday.

Moreover, the authority has advised concerned district authorities to take timely steps to ensure the safety of lives in their areas.



Update: 25th March, 2021: The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has forecast that the temperature in Karachi may reach 39°C after 30 March. The PMD has also said that the intensity may increase in Karachi starting tomorrow.

According to Sardar Sarfaraz, Karachi Director of the PMD, the temperature is likely to be 4°C to 6°C higher than usual.

In March, the average temperature in Karachi was 32.4°C and is expected to rise from 36°C to 38°C.



According to Pakistan Metrological Department (PMD), 2019 will likely be the hottest year since 2015.

Temperature is expected to soar high in the upcoming days. However, major heatwaves are predicted in May.

June is forecasted to be even hotter.

It is to be noted that Ramadan is likely to begin in Pakistan from 9th May. Consequently, fasting will be tough for citizens owing to the harsh weather.

According to the Express Tribune, the Karachi Water and Sewerage Board (KWSB) has kickstarted initiatives to improve water supply in the city.

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Daily Weather Update

Mainly dry weather is expected in most parts while cold in northern areas of the country.

In Karachi, the minimum temperature of the city was recorded at 22-degree Celsius. The maximum temperature is likely to increase from 34 to 36 degrees Celsius.

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