Sardar Sarfaraz, Director of Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), stated on Monday that the weather in Karachi is expected to be hot and humid for the next three to four days, with temperatures ranging from 38°C to 40°C.
The PMD director went on to say that the low pressure in the Bay of Bengal has evolved into a depression, which might deepen over time and become a profound depression.
Rains are expected in South Punjab, Upper, and Lower Sindh as a result of the deep depression, according to Sardar Sarfaraz.
Rains are predicted in Karachi after September 18, although a hot and humid environment will dominate before then.
Monsoon to end later than usual
Jason Nicholls, International Forecasting Manager at AccuWeather, predicts that the monsoon season in Pakistan and India will conclude late this year.
According to Nicholls, a distinct low-pressure system in the northern Bay of Bengal is strengthening and threatening to become a depression.
According to Nicholl, the low-pressure system might reach Orissa and the West Bengal coast today, causing severe rains in India’s Rajasthan and Gujarat.
Rains are expected in southeastern Pakistan this weekend, according to him.