The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) stated Thursday that it expects hot and dry weather over the metropolitan metropolis, with oceanic winds suspended, making the temperature sultry.
According to the PMD office, another rainstorm is predicted by the third week of September. A rainstorm is expected on September 22-23, according to the Met chief.
The city’s current temperature is approximately 32 degrees Celsius, but it is expected to rise to 40 degrees, according to the Met department.
However, owing to rising air pressure, the Met Office predicts isolated light rain showers.
Earlier yesterday, a monsoon system sent rain to several regions of Karachi, providing relief from the sweltering heat.
Parts of Karachi, including Nazimabad, North Nazimabad, Surjani Town, Gulshan-e-Hadid, Gulistan-e-Johar, and Gulshan-e-Iqbal, saw mild to moderate rainfall, providing relief from the city’s hot and humid weather.
Light rain fell on the city, lowering the temperature by six degrees.