Heatwave likely to continue in Karachi till Tuesday: PMD

KARACHI: The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Monday that heatwave condition was likely to continue in Sindh’s capital till Tuesday.
According to the PMD, the maximum temperature in the city likely to range between 39 – 41ºC. The citizens in Karachi braved 40 degrees Celsius for the second consecutive day on Sunday under the influence of a low-pressure area in the Arabian Sea.
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An official of the PMD said, “Under the influence of an existing low-pressure area in the east-central and the adjoining north-east Arabian Sea, which intensified into a depression.”
The PMD said, “Sea breeze remained cut off towards Karachi and the city’s maximum temperature rose to 40.2°C on Sunday.”
PMD officials said that Karachi was in the grip of a light heatwave due to the active weather system in the Arabian Sea.
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