Karachi mercury rises above 40 degrees, heat likely to continue for two days – Express Urdu

The present warmth is because of low air stress within the Arabian Sea, Chief Meteorologist Karachi. Photo, file

Karachi: Extreme warmth on Wednesday prompted city bubble to rise and the temperature crossed 40 levels This warmth wave is more likely to proceed for two extra days.

According to the Meteorological Department, the utmost temperature of town was recorded at 40.1 levels on Wednesday, the minimal mercury rose to 30.5 levels within the morning, the southwesterly winds of the ocean stopped within the morning and many of the southeast. The scorching and humid winds of (Tharparkar Sindh) prevailed, the closed sea breezes have been restored within the night however resulting from low pace, extreme humidity was felt. The humidity was 52 p.c within the morning and 50 p.c within the night.

According to the warmth index, town felt the equal of 50 levels Celsius on Wednesday. According to Chief Meteorologist Karachi Sardar Sarfraz, the present warmth is attributable to low air stress within the Arabian Sea, which is at present at an depth, and is affecting the ocean winds resulting from its results between 5,000 and 20,000 ft.

He says town's climate had begun to enhance earlier than the low stress ended, however the present warmth wave may final till July three, after which the mercury will return to regular. There is not any likelihood of rain within the metropolis until Saturday.

He additionally mentioned that town can be scorching and humid on Thursday whereas the utmost mercury may rise to 39 levels.

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